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Goa gets its 1st alcohol museum dedicated to stories of locally brewed drinks!

Adding to its quintessential heritage, the coastal state of Goa recently got a new museum completely based on the theme of locally produced alcohol. Initiated by local businessman Nandan Kudchadkar, 'All About Alcohol' is situated in the small beach village of Candolim. Arraying a wide range of artefacts related to feni, including the traditional glass vats, the museum aggregates some of the most interesting stories about local alcohol customs from the past.

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THIS unique car museum in South Goa will fuel your love for vintage four-wheelers!

Touted as Goa's first and only vintage car museum, Ashvek Vintage World (AVW) was set up in July 2004. Over a dozen vintage cars are a part of its collection, which has been sourced from Goa or neighbouring areas, such as Sawantwadi and Belgaum. The brainchild of Pradeep V. Naik, AVW also organised India's first Volkswagen Carnival Rally in 2006 and has been a pioneer in conducting similar events. Keep reading to know about more such interesting facts that dot the 17-year-long journey of AVW.

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Goa's Chitra Museum treasures the state's agrarian history with over 4000 artefacts!

Victor Hugo Gomes paid homage to the cultural aspects of Goan history by immortalising it in the annals of the Chitra Museum. Situated approximately 37 km from the capital city, this museum is home to more than 4000 vestiges that help visitors in tracing the evolution of traditional practices and modes of transportation. A detailed exploration of the archaic corridors of this place is a must for every tourist and townie alike, for the knowledge so gained will be more than re-visiting old history books!

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Experience an offbeat educational narrative about colonial architecture at Houses of Goa Museum

Located at a distance of hardly 8 km from Panaji, the Houses of Goa Museum provides a glimpse into the prevalent architectural practices of colonial Goa. It is a hidden gem located in the hamlet of Salvador-do-Mundo and it was conceptualised by Goa's famous architect- Gerard Da Cunha. If you wish to know what the confluence of the east and west looks like, then tag along with us as we give you a peek through this historical window!

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