Goa is a gorgeous state with beaches, green trees, dense forests and different types of birds and animals. That is why the place is attributed with the titles like ‘Pearl of the Orient’ and ‘Tourist Paradise’.
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Goa has a rich historical past and this history is very much related to the Portuguese colony in Goa. There are number of Old Portuguese architectures in old Goa.
These architectures include mainly churches built by the Portuguese colonizer. The Church of the Carmelites is one of these churches in old Goa.
Church of the Carmelites is situated at Panaji city which is the capital of Goa. This church was built in the year 1621 AD.
The Church of the Carmelites was constructed in the medieval design. Now there is nothing remains on the church ground
except the façade and raised pavement which provided as an alter of the church.
It is at the southeast of the church of the Church of St. Cajetan.
The Church of the Carmelites is situated at the top of a hill which is very near to the hill where the Church of Our Lady of the Mount is situated.
The Church of the Carmelites in Goa was destroyed when the Carmelites denied to take Oath of Allegiance to the King.
They were drive out from Goa in 1707. The Church of the Carmelites became empty and gradually fell under the category of ruins.
The Church of the Carmelites is located to the southeast corner of the Church of St. Cajetan.
It is beautifully perched on the top of the hill close to the Chapel of Our Lady of the Mount. The church enjoys quite a prominent location in Old Goa.
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