Archbishop's Palace, Goa

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  • Archbishop's Palace
    by anilpradhanshillong
  • Archbishop's Palace
    by anilpradhanshillong
  • Archbishop's Palace
    by anilpradhanshillong
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    Archbishop's House, Altinho Hill

    by anilpradhanshillong Updated Nov 28, 2013

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    This double-storied wooden structure of the Archbishop house is a treat for the eyes. Wooden planks, wooden furniture, wooden banisters and staircase - all lend charm and grace to the structure. It is so serene, quiet and peaceful that you automatically tread quietly and slowly, admiring the antique furniture, the vaulted wooden ceilings, the rooms and the paintings on the walls. A visit well worth it.

    First Written: Oct., 2010

    Related to:
    • Religious Travel
    • Photography
    • Architecture

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    Archbishop's Palace

    by Rupanworld Written May 27, 2009

    The Archbishop's palace is situated on the Altinho hill and it is the residence of the Archbishop of Goa. Built between 1886 and 1894 AD, it has the coat of arms at the entrance. The coat of arms belonged to Goa's first Patriarch, Dom Antonio Sebastio Valente. It is an impressive building.

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