Kerala

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Paradesi Synagogue
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4 reviews
Above, glorious Belgian chandeliers dangle from the ceiling. At one end of the hall, old Torah scrolls are kept behind the gilded doors of the holy tabernacle. — Frommer's
Mattancherry Palace
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3 reviews
Also known as the Dutch Palace, this large two-story 16th-century building was actually built by the Portuguese, who gave it to the Raja of Kochi as thanks for trading rights and favors. — Frommer's
Chinese Fishing Nets
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3 reviews
Fresh seafood is available, many times a day, at any of multiple food stalls behind the Chinese Fishing Nets, run by enthusiastic fishing folk, some of them in aprons — Fodor's
Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica
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3 reviews
Pope Paul IV elevated this Portuguese church to a cathedral in 1558, but the original building was destroyed by the British in 1795. — Frommer's
Church of Saint Francis
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3 reviews
Constructed in 1503 by Portuguese Franciscan friars, this is believed to be India’s oldest European-built church — Lonely Planet
Padmanabhapuram Palace
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2 reviews
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
Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple
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2 reviews
The temple is fronted by a massive tank, where devotees take ritual dips. Alongside a promenade are stalls selling ritual items, religious souvenirs, and flowers for use inside the temple. — Frommer's
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