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It’s magnificently illuminated by Belgian chandeliers and coloured-glass lamps. The graceful clock tower was built in 1760. — Lonely Planet
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Built by the Portuguese in 1557, and subsequently taken by the Dutch, the palace later became the residence of the Rajah. — Michelin Guide
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The precarious-looking bamboo and wood structures hovering like cranes over the waterfront are Kochi's famous Chinese fishing nets — Fodor's
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This Gothic-looking basilica, set in spacious grounds, has an interior that's colorfully painted with scenes and decorations that some find gaudy and others find gorgeous. — Fodor's
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This stately church is the first European house of worship in India — Fodor's
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Built over a number of generations during the 17th and 18th centuries, the palace exemplifies the aesthetic and functional appeal of Kerala's distinctive architectural style. — Frommer's
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The date of its original construction has been placed at 3000 BC; legend has it that it was built by 4,000 masons, 6,000 laborers, and 100 elephants over the course of six months. — Fodor's
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