Margao - Reis Magos Fort




The Margoa - Reis Magos Fort is another great tour from Margao. The late 15th century built Reis Magos Fort is smaller in size than other famous forts of the state but it boasts of immense historical and tourism importance.

The great Muslim ruler Adil Shah constructed this fort, which was captured by the Portuguese in the year 1760. The Reis Magos Fort is located in Bardez District of Goa. Originally built to protect the area from the enemies, the Reis Magos Fort was later turned into a prison.

The Reis Magos Fort is still in good condition and the scenic beauty surrounding the place attracts a large number of tourists. The breathtaking panoramic view of the entire area from the windows of the fort fascinates the visitors.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011



     


     

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