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GoaCentral > Sightseeing > Monuments of Goa > Cabo de Rama

Cabo de Rama

This is a stretch of land jutting into the sea upon which lies the ruins of a Portuguese fort. It commands a spectacular view of the coast line to its north including Colva beach, and the south as well.  The fort came under  Portuguese control in 1763. It was occupied by the British army between 1797-1813 . This fort until 1955 used to house a prison , but all that now remains is a small government post. There is a small church within the walls of the fort.

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There are regular buses to Cabo de Rama from Margao KTC stand.

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