Beautiful and in India, yet.
Very Portuguese style, looks like lace! Superb!
I'm almost speechless. I wouldn't expect to find this in Goa, even though I know there's a Roman Catholic presence in India. Interesting to me that the church has, at least to me, various features of Indian temples. Certainly is beautiful and what a great photo!Re your comment on Colorado. I don't think the conductor was laughing at one of my jokes. She pointed at me and started laughing uproariously leading me to think perhaps I was the joke!!! Just kidding. She did have a great sense of humor, though.
Jolie photo, écrasée de soleil
Magnificent church and your photo, excellent !!!!I was not expecting to be in India ... It was surprising to me.Greetings
Love the all white! Gorgeous capture!! Such a beautiful Church! Have a lovely evening, JM!Sylvia
Jacob and Magda: Goa was part of the Portuguese India for about 450 years, until 1961. Actually this small state is 'full' of portuguese churches, maybe the most impressive is the Basilica but I find this one prettier.
very impressive and so white.
beautiful and I was surprised it's in India....Barb
I love this church too :) Its weird how India has so much Portuguese influence and yet now most would not even know about the place!
A superb shot!
Inacreditável, arquitetura portuguesa na India! :)Linda foto!Léia
Stunning and marvelous church!
Wow! This is in fact very Portuguese and it is in India! Great Composition JM! You captured not just its beauty but also emphasized on its vastness!Thank you so much for dropping by again on my Blog and your Condolences. It's really nice to have friends like you here in the Blogging world! I hope to see you again in my Blog and I will forever be watching your Travelling Blog :D
Wonderful shot. seattle has a Immaculate Conceotion Church and School but it doesn't look like this. Beautiful. MB
I went through most of your pictures. I am really impressed that you visited Goa, my original state.
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