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Goa hat am 30. Mai 1987 die Eigenstaatlichkeit erreicht und wurde der 25. Staat von indischer Union.

Der Staat Goa ist zwischen zwei verwaltungsmäßigen Einheiten: Nord Goa mit dem Hauptquartier in Panaji und Süd Goa mit dem Hauptquartier in Margao geteilt.

Der Bezirk von Nord Goa hat eine Grundfläche von etwa 1736 Kilometer und besteht aus 6 Talukas.

Dieser Bezirk ist bekannt für seine Strände, Palmbäume und Reisfelder. Süd Goa hat eine Grudfläche von etwa 1966 Kilometer und besteht aus 5 Talukas.

Dieser Bezirk ist bekannt für seine natürlichen Strände, Wasserfälle, Bergregionen und Kokosnuss Gärten.



Last Updated on : October 10, 2017

     


     

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