Margao - Church of Holy Spirit



One of the popular tours from Margao is the Margao - Church of Holy Spirit trip. The Church of Holy Spirit is located in the famous Old Market Square or the Largo de Igreja of the city.

Strolling along the streets of Margao, one can reach the Church of Holy Spirit. Built in 1564, the church was again rebuilt in the year 1645. The Margao to Church of Holy Spirit trip is an unique experience for not only the religiously inclined people but also the general tourists and history enthusiasts. Every stone of the church speak of the rich history the church has witnessed.

The Church of Holy Spirit is a classic example of Indo - Baroque architectural style. The church has a central dome with towers on both the sides. The altars of the church are dedicated to St. Michael, St. Peter and Mary. Almost 3000 Catholic families reside within the church complex.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011



     


     

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