To reach the colonial Portuguese Baroque style church, Our Lady Of Immaculate Conception Church, you have to climb 78 stairs. It has an ancient bell, derived from the Augustinian ruins of the ‘Church of Our Lady of Grace’. It is considered to be the second-largest bell tower of its kind in Goa and the first place is the bell tower named ‘Golden Bell’ located in the ‘Se Cathedral‘.Masses are conducted every day in English, Konkani, and Portuguese.
Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church, Goa is one of the most primitive and beautiful church in Panjim, Goa. About Church: The Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church is located in Panjim, Goa, India. The Church conducts mass every day in English, Konkani, and Portuguese. The colonial Portuguese Baroque style church was first built in 1541 as a chapel on a hill side overlooking the city of Panjim.The infrastructure is too beautiful and mesmerizing. The Church follows a strict dress code where short garments are not permitted. You need to cover your knees, to worship.You can enter in Church but you are not permitted to get to close to Christ. If you're going there as a traveler make sure you follow their dress rule to worship God.
Just a two-minute drive from the Tataki took us to Our Lady of The Immaculate Conception Church. Built in 1541, the church, lovingly called the “crown” of Panjim, is located atop a hill and is painted white to signify the Immaculate Virgin. In the same square, facing the Church, just across the main road is a bookstore – Singbal’s Book House, where we hopped in to have a look and ended up spending a considerable part of the remainder of the afternoon.
Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church: It's located just around the corner of Panjim center, It's most popular known after SRK movie Josh 2000, We were not allowed as we got to know it was under renovation but view from outside as night falls it's really amazing.
Day 3: After breakfast went to Panjim and visited some beautiful churches. Also visited Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral , Ancestral Goa museum and did some shopping on the way.