Road and white structure of the Se Cathedral in old Goa
The aristocratic looking structure of the Se Cathedral in old Goa (named after the Saint Catherine, who was persecuted by a roman emperor for her christian belief and propagation; named after her because the church was being built to commemorate a victory over the Muslim enemy on the day of the feast of Saint Catherine). This photo was taken from the road leading to the compound of the Church, where we had crossed over after visiting the Bom Jeus Basilica.
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