Dona Paula Beach Goa
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Dona Paula Beach Goa

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Dona Paula is a former village, and tourist destination, in the suburbs of Panaji, Goa, India.[1] It is today home to the National Institute of Oceanography, and just alongside it lie the Goa University and the International Centre Goa. It is also home to a number of hotels, small and large, and the luxury Cidade de Goa is situated in the area.

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A: Dona Paula Beach Singham Film Shooting

by 360 Virtual Tour, 30 meters away

The Dona Paula Beach is also a major tourist attraction. Dona Paula Beach Singham Film Shooting

Dona Paula Beach Singham Film Shooting

B: Dona Paula Beach View Point

by 360 Virtual Tour, 70 meters away

Dona Paula was a woman of charity and is known to have helped the villagers and worked a lot for thei...

Dona Paula Beach View Point

C: Coco Beach Dandarim (Goa)

by George Velesko, 5.6 km away

Coco Beach is supposedly a good place to watch for dolphins. I can't say from experience, I just went...

Coco Beach Dandarim (Goa)

D: Fort Aguada (Goa)

by George Velesko, 5.6 km away

Fort Aguada was construncted by the Portuguese in 1613. The grounds are mostly barren, but in good sh...

Fort Aguada (Goa)

E: Fort Aguada

by Harshil Dharia, 5.7 km away

Fort Aguada

F: Bogmalo Beach Goa by

by Arun Ganapathy Mathew, 9.7 km away

Bogmalo Beach in Goa is fringed with coconut palms. One can also locate a number of fishing villages ...

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G: Goa Sunset

by Maksim Sarychau, 10.6 km away

Goa Sunset

H: Calangute Beach Goa

by 360 Virtual Tour, 12.2 km away

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Calangute Beach Goa

I: St Augustine Ruins (Goa)

by George Velesko, 12.3 km away

The Church of Saint Augustine was built in 1602. It was abandoned and collapsed in the mid 19th centu...

St Augustine Ruins (Goa)

J: Famous Beach Of Goa, Calangute Beach

by 360 Virtual Tour, 12.7 km away

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