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It gives you a feeling of olden times where the Viceroys were welcomed to Goa when Old Goa was the capital city. If you pay attention and are on the appropriate road, you will view it en route to Divar island ferry point.
The Viceroy's Arch is often overlooked nowadays, but is a place of rich historical value. It was erected to welcome the Portuguese Viceroys to Goa, when Old Goa was the capital. Located between the Church of ST. Cajetan and the ferry point to Divar, it...More
The archway is located in a palm grove just a few minutes walk distance from the Sé Cathedral, right in direction to the Mandovi River.
I recommend going down to the ferry dock (BTW nice view of the wide Mandovi River) and then to return...More
The Arch is a drive thru, on the road Brick and Mortar structure, of Historical significance with respect to the Portuguese rule @ Goa.
Structurally it is in good shape. As an engineer , I must say that the quality of the civil engg. &...More