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Viceroy's Arch, Goa Overview

Built in the late 16th century by Viceroy Francisco Da Gama, Viceroy's Arch is a historic monument which once served as the entrance of Old Goa. The monument was built in the memory of and to honour the achievements of Francisco's Great Grand Father and a famous explorer, Vasco Da Gama. The structure is made of laterite and is an important landmark even today on the road that leads to River Mandovi.

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