Places to See Goa

Military Cemetery
Also known as the British cemetery, it was built in 1802 by the British. During the Napoleonic wars from 1799 to 1813, the cemetery was built to serve as a British garrison of 10, 000 men who were stationed at Fort Cabo, to prevent Goa from falling into French hands.

Among the 100-odd graves, the earliest dates back to 1808 and the last to 1912. you can reach the cemetery by taking the road connecting the National Institute of Oceanography (NIO) with the Cabo Raj Bhavan. The Cabo Raj Bhavan is also known as the Governor’s Palace. It used to be the official residence of the Goan governor. The Our Lady of Cabo church is close by.

 

Basilica of Bom Jesus | Alorna fort | Anjunem Dam | Military Cemetery | Arvalem Caves
Budbudyanchi Tali | Usgalimal Rock Carvings | Dudhsagar waterfall | Madei Wildlife Sanctuary
San Jacinto Island | Vintage Car Museum

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