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Pay obeisance at THIS 19th-century church in Goa, dedicated to the Mother of God

Located in the Goan countryside, some 12 km from the capital city, the Church of Mae de Deus has the appearance of a castle, right out of a fairytale. Built in 1873, this church's claim to fame is the statue of the Mother of God situated on the altar, which is believed to have a supernatural charm. Let's explore more about its pristine white walls to uncover why it is so famous among locals and tourists alike!

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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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Satiate the travel bug in you with a virtual tour of Goa's river island, St. Estevam!

Situated hardly 23 km from the capital of Goa, the estuarine island of St. Estevam is most famous for its splendid scenery. Apart from the breathtaking environs of this village island, tourists here enjoy visiting the St. Estevam Church and the ruins of St Estevam Fort. While visiting these places in person is a far-fetched dream in the current times, here's a virtual tour to satisfy your wanderlust!

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THIS dam in South Goa should be on your post-pandemic travel itinerary!

Located approximately 61 km from the capital city of Goa, is one of the unexplored territories of the sunshine state- Salaulim Dam. This hidden charm of South Goa is a marvellous example of modern engineering, which simultaneously exudes an aesthetically pleasing natural aura. So if you are looking to treat your eyes and soul with beautiful scenery, we suggest that you bookmark this article for your post-pandemic travel plans.

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Goa's Mangrove Boardwalk needs to be on every traveller's post-pandemic itinerary!

With each trip to Goa, one realises that this state has so much more to offer, than the usual experience of 'sun, sand and the sea'. But now since the lockdown is in place and travelling seems like a far-fetched dream, engaging in chalking out a post-pandemic travel itinerary is the only way to satiate our wanderlust. So moving over generic beach experiences for a day, you need to visit the Mangrove Boardwalk in Goa, which boasts of 14 varieties of mangroves and is also touted to be the second of its kind in the country!
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