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Goa

Goa, a state on India's West coast, is a former Portuguese colony with a rich history. Spread over 3,700 km² with a population of approximately 1.4 million, Goa is small by Indian standards. It has a unique mix of Indian and Portuguese cultures and architecture that attracts an estimated 2.5 million visitors each year (including about 400,000 foreign tourists).

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Panaji

Panaji, also known in English as Panjim, is the capital city of the tiny state of Goa in India. It has its own charm, a river flowing along one side of the city, some areas which are low-rise and red-roofed, and even a Latin Quarter at the eastern end of town. Increasingly, it is shaping itself as a centre where cultures meet and creativity flourishes.

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15.4988888973.82777778

Old Goa

Old Goa is 9 km east of Panaji, in Goa, a state of India.

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15.50373.912

Vasco da Gama

Vasco da Gama is a port city in the west coast Indian state Goa. Vasco -- as Goa's most populous overgrown town is referred to, and the adjoining Mormugao port are busy, dusty and mainly commercial centres today. Mormugao Port was constructed in 1888, and is today one of the major ports of India. Between one-third of India's ore exports leave from here.

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15.473.8333

Shiroda

village in Maharashtra, India

25km

15.775673.6626

Margao

Margao is the second largest city in the Indian state of Goa, located 33 km from the state capital Panaji.

38km

15.2736111173.95805556

Gokarna

town in Karnataka, India

125km

14.5574.31667

Ratnagiri

Ratnagiri (रत्‍नागिरी) is in the Ratnagiri (district) of Maharashtra, Western India.

159km

16.9944444473.3

Hampi

ancient and medieval monuments, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Karnataka, India

295km

15.33576.462
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Bardez

Sub-District in Goa, India

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15.58940773.818305

Salcete

Sub-district in Goa, India

50km

15.2124574.07323

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Mapusa

India
Mapusa is a town in North Goa. It is the main commercial centre in North Goa. It is basically a town for locals, who throng to it for their shopping and commercial requirements. However, Mapusa has a very colourful weekly Friday Market that goes on from early morning to late evening, and it increasingly attracts a number of tourists.

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