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The city of Goa, with its rich Portuguese heritage and fascinating places to visit, is a paradise for those who wish to explore this mystical land of spices and carnivals.
The Archeological Museum is housed in the great working of the deserted Convent of Francis of Assisi. This gallery contains ancient pieces from the Pre-Portuguese, early and late medieval period.
Under the rich green of palm trees, and the paddy fields as the backdrop, the Art Chamber is a tribute to the one-of-a-kind Goan culture, with numerous religions and groups living in harmony with practically no grinding by any stretch of the imagination.
It was at first a home, however, due to the irregular and creative design it was later turned into the home of craftsmanship display – the Art Chamber, Galeria de BelasArtes.
Colvá beach stretches for around 2.4 km. Part of the a beach consists of about 25 km of powder white sand, which is lined along its shore by coconut palms and extends from Bogmalo in the north to Cabo de Rama in the south. Colvá is a famous tourist destination, enjoyed for its beaches, beach shacks, food stalls, restaurants, pubs, and bars.
The initial footage in the movie gives a good idea of the natural beauty of the beach - the distinctive tree covered rocks at one end (known locally as Green Island - to which tours are run) and beach shacks.
At the top of the island adjoining Palolem beach, there is a stone sculpture created by an American conceptual and land artist Jacek Tylicki called "Give if you can – Take if you have to" also called the "Money stone".
Shantadurga also known as Shanteri/Santeri is the form of the Goddess Durga, commonly worshipped in Goa, India. While most villages in Goa had a Shantadurga temple or at least a shrine dedicated to Shanteri, a famous Shanta Durga temple was present at Quellossim in Salsette. Many Goan Catholic families also continue to partake of worship in this temple due to their familial links with the temple and the Goddess.
40 km south of Margao at Canacona, the southernmost Taluka of Goa, is believed to have been constructed during the middle of 16th Century by ancestors of the Kshatriya Samaj. It was renovated in the year 1778. The temple has massive wooden pillars with intricate carvings. There are 60 deities around the temple, Rathasaptami in February and Shigmotsav in March/April are the festivals of note, which draw large crowds.
The liveliest of all business sectors in Goa, it is held each Wednesday in the shoreline town of Anjuna in North Goa. Anjuna Flea Market encounters more noteworthy footfalls on account of its area close to the acclaimed Anjuna shore of Goa.
Thronged by Indians and in addition non-natives, Anjuna Flea Market offers a plenitude of nearby handiworks, flavors, garments, footwear, shoreline wear, costume adornments and embellishments.
The prevalent Calangute shoreline in Goa is fixed with multitudinous shacks and slows down making it one of the top markets of this shopping heaven. Purchase sarongs and knickknacks made of ocean shells as gifts from an impeccable shoreline occasion or treat yourself to seared prawns and brew at one of these slows down,, Calangute Market Square is one of the ideal shopping place in the Goa.
Inside the Cabo de Rama Fort, there is the church of Santo Antonio, which is in excellent condition and is still used by devotees. The white church and the black fort provide a photographic picture of stark contrast. People come here to pray and enjoy the mystical atmosphere of the fort. The cliffs drop steeply to the sea providing a panoramic outlook of the surrounding areas, at the western side of the fortress. The fort provides majestic views of the entire length of Colva beach and the Canacona stretch.
Margao (the Portugese spelling) is the second largest city in the Indian state of Goa, located 33 km from the state capital, Panaji. Goa's cultural and commercial capital, this South Goa city is also the second-largest (after Vasco da Gama) by population, but arguably the busiest. Being the administrative headquarters of South Goa might create a misleading picture. Margao too is close to the central coast. The long white-sand beach stretch was rated by an early-1970s UNDP study as potentially one of the ten best beaches in the world.