Diu Museum



Diu Museum displays a wide range of artifacts including stone idols, wooden carvings, antic statues and inscriptions. This Museum of Diu Island also unfolds the Portuguese era in this region.

Diu Museum features a wide range of artifacts pertaining to the past history of this island of western India. One of the most visited Diu Island attractions, the museum unveils the historic era, when the territory was rule by the Portuguese.

According to the history of Diu, the site had once been an old cathedral known as St Thomas Church, which was transformed into a museum in the subsequent years. This museum of Diu Island exhibits numerous antic statues, beautiful wooden carvings, inscriptions, marvelous idols and shadow clocks. One can also come across a wide range of excavated articles in this museum of western India.



Last Updated on 26 September 2012

     


     

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