Historical church. I found it better than the Basilica of Bom Jesus, but that is a personal view. Lovely surroundings.
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Nest to Bom Jesu Basilica, this church dates from the 1700s. There are 7 Altars with beautiful carvings and architecture worth appreciating. A short walk away is the Beachfront where one can have a picnic
Se Cathedral is surrounded by beautiful well maintained garden. Across the Se Cathedral is the Bom Jesus Basillica.Se cathedral is the largest church in Asia. It looks quite plain from outside but step inside and you notice the big altar, high ceilings, fabulous mosaic work,...More
Nicely kept surroundings with well maintained garden greeted us and when I came near the main door I saw picitrosquely a display about the dress code. Then I entered the church which was very quiet with a very few people, a big altar with a...More
Beautiful cathedral with lots of paintings and artifacts, still used for religious functions presided over by the arch bishop of Goa. The cathedral contains many religious relics and has the original Miraculous cross (which grew in size), from the church of the Miraculous cross about...More
Across the road from the basilica, you'll find this cathedral. It's another example of Portuguese colonial architecture. It's not as ornate as the cathedrals in Brazil or Portugal, but it's nice to see a remnant of Portugal in India.
Only saw it from the outside since it is right across the street from the Basilica of Bom Jesus. Avery impressive, huge church also known as St. Catherine's cathedral. It is the Cathedral of the Archbishop of Goa. With its superb Iberian façade, soaring ceilings,...More
The simple exterior leads you into a false impression of the interior. Full of religious paintings and artefacts which need to be seen to be appreciated. There is a well at the rear where terracotta figures of a lady, and l assume Jesus, are alongside...More