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Viceroy's Arch, Candolim
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  • The Ark of Viceroy is not a "must-see" attraction, but it is a good starting point for a visit to the old Goa. If consider you visiting this part of the city, I'd suggest from there, then follow up with the Church of St. - Cajetan, the chapel of Ste - Catherine, the Church of St-Francis-of Assisi, St Catherine's Cathedral, the Basilica of the good Jesus, and so on.
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  • Your trip to Goa isn't complete without seeing the Viceroy's Arch and nearby Cathedrals. Take a break from the beach and do see the historic sites 
  • For me goa is not that much attractive what others said..... only if you are a good drinker its heaven for you , 
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  • This is a heavily modified version of what the arch used to be during the Portuguese time. Once the main entry point to Goa, the arch now just serves as eye candy while making your way to/fro the ferry. Mostly ignored by everyone, it could be of some interest you are a history buff, and can read Latin.
  • An old historic arch straddling the road
  • Old historical sculpture made during the Portuguese rule in Goa. Worn out over the years. Nothing special there.
  • Just nearby BOM cathedral. Can be a quick visit
  • A must visit place in old Goa . A monument build by Vasco de Gama's grandson in memory of his grad father