The Portuguese left an architectural legacy in Goa radically different from what the British left behind in other parts of the subcontinent. Pictured here is the Se Cathedral in Old Goa. Completed in the 1600s it is still active and one of the largest cathedrals in Asia. Its style is Portuguese-Gothic and the main altar on the inside is dedicated to Saint Catherine of Alexandria.
In Old Goa, the former capital, there are more than ½ a dozen churches and cathedrals. It is a Unesco World Heritage Site.