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St. Cajetan's Church

Old Goa, Panjim 403001, India
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a tourist place

the history and iconic stories of the place is very good. its nice for those who like to explore a... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Most beautiful Church

If you walk down from the Viceroy's arch in Old Goa, this is the first church you would come... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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Old Goa, Panjim 403001, India

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

the history and iconic stories of the place is very good. its nice for those who like to explore a bit of history and architecture.

Thank carnitions
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you walk down from the Viceroy's arch in Old Goa, this is the first church you would come across. This is undoubtedly the most beautiful, ornate and well preserved churches of Goa. The Church is well preserved and quite beautiful. Garden are well maintained...More

Thank Sandeep S
Reviewed 9 March 2017

Churches & convents of old Goa are UNESCO world heritage sites, St Cajetan's church is one of them is 0.5 kms from Se Cathedral . This church is also known as " The Church Of Our Lady of Divine Providence' In side view of church...More

Thank shashindrak
Reviewed 5 March 2017

St. Cajetan's church is part of Old Goa complex, in the end. Very few people who visit Old goa comes here. But those who loves gothic style structure they should visit us. Church houses beautiful wooden carving structure and old paintings. One thing I always...More

Thank Shah_Ankit26
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Discovered the church while on the way to see the ferry to Divas island. Real surprise to see as we came around a corner. It is under repair or refurbishment at the moment and all the floor tiles are being scraped and cleaned. The fromt...More

Thank K T
Reviewed 4 February 2017

Just 200 metres away from Bom Jesus basilica, one can walk down to this beautiful church. I loved the ceiling which is beautifully designed. The altar is also amazing. Many large 3d paintings done in the 17th century adorn the walls. A must visit after...More

Thank Steven F
Reviewed 3 December 2016

Beautiful church. In the main very well maintained though some of the big paintings are peeling a bit. I'm just not clear why the Portuguese needed four other churches within a stone's throw of Se Cathedral, of which this is 200 yards away and the...More

Thank ChrisJS51
Reviewed 7 November 2016

If the walls could talk it could tell you secrets of the time past.....not in use anymore but very well maintained. Supposed to be a mini replica of St. Peters Basilica, Rome

Thank Fernandes031964
Reviewed 26 October 2016

This is the most beautiful of all the churches of Old Goa, the church is very well maintained. Interior decoration stands out the magnificent. A must visit site in Old Goa.

Thank KalimSiddiqui
Reviewed 24 October 2016

This is the fist church that you get as you walk from the Viceroy's arch in Old Goa. This is easily the most beautiful and ornate of Velha Goa's churches, but one that most people don't visit, since its a little off the beaten track....More

Thank Deepak K
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