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Dutch Cemetery, Kochi (Cochin)
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  • We were not able to visit it because ist was closed! One of the main tourist attractions in Fort Kochi is obvioulsy closed since a very long time although in every official tourist guide of Fort Kochi...  more »
  • To open the cemetery closed by a big padlock, go to Church St. Francis and someone accompany you. The cemetery is unfortunately little or less maintained and the writings on the graves have become illegible. However, the cemetery is worth a short visit.
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  • The Dutch cemetery is unusual to take in but they were here in17th century and along with the Portugese and Briitsh all were after creating a colony. All wanted to get hold of the valuable spice. The ...  more »
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  • It is small and peaceful.. steeped in history.. do not go out of your way for this, but if you are near the beach, this is definitely worth a visit.
  • The tomb stones here are the most authentic record of the hundreds of Europeans who left their homeland on a mission to expand their colonial empires and changed the course of history of this land. The cemetery was consecrated in 1724 and is today managed by the Church of South India.
  • A Historical place that attracts foreigners. Reminds of the old Dutch that lived here. Not a place to hangout always.
  • it is closed for visitors, however if you approach it from the sea side (not the main entrance) you will be able to see it from a higher ground. Very good Photo opportunity.
  • Lovely place