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"the architectural excellence is to be admired"

The 16th century( 1506 AD) building which was the Portuguese Governer's residence which is named... read more

Reviewed 7 July 2017
Joji J
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Kochi (Cochin), India
A Bishop stays there

It is very old landmark and as the name says Bishop and priests stay there. May be a must visit for... read more

Reviewed 6 May 2017
MagicFoodCreations
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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18 Aug 2017
“At least it was only 25 rupees”
6 Jul 2017
“"the architectural excellence is to be admired"”
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Reviewed 18 August 2017 via mobile

Very little to see in the two large rooms at the museum, though one old map was historically significant, and we got to feed the local mosquitos. The gentleman who sold us the tickets didn't want to give us the correct change until we suggested...More

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Reviewed 7 July 2017

The 16th century( 1506 AD) building which was the Portuguese Governer's residence which is named Bishop's House is near parade ground in Fort Kochi.Built by the Portuguese the building was later conquered by the Dutch and British and in 1888 Dom Jos Gomes Ferreira the...More

1  Thank Joji J
Reviewed 6 May 2017

It is very old landmark and as the name says Bishop and priests stay there. May be a must visit for christians, not sure

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Reviewed 30 April 2015

We happened to make an unplanned stop here just to admire the building, which by the way you are not allowed to see up close. But discovered there was a museum on the premises. Turned out to be interesting, it's largely a collection representative of...More

Thank RTtravelologist
Reviewed 17 March 2015

Tucked away and easy to miss but wonderful to visit. The gardens are really laid out nicely and are quite tranquil. Colours from the flowers are amazing. The museum is cheap enough to enter and quite interesting. Remains of a fort on the lower level.

Thank Ollossm
Reviewed 6 January 2015

The building is nice as is the small museum it houses. The remains of the original fort are preserved downstairs. Not much left though. The grounds leading up to the house are well kept and make for a pleasant stroll.

Thank seafare74
Reviewed 13 April 2014

We did this as part if a tour. No picture taking is allowed once inside. Some nice alfresco's paintings, but overall very plain.

Thank bsorge
Reviewed 17 March 2014

Not the best attraction in Fort Cochin but still good nonetheless. The basement contains sections of the old Fort's original walls. The museum proper contains many religious artifacts from both the Catholic Church and Jesuits. Some interesting maps of the Dutch Town are also here....More

Thank JohnRoseJnr
Reviewed 1 November 2013 via mobile

The bishops house is located centrally in fort Cochin . A beautiful garden welcomes you. To your right is a chapel and the bishops house. Walk straight into a museum which holds records to erstwhile Cochin. Varied collection of mother Mary's statues and photos of...More

Thank callmeantz
Reviewed 21 July 2013

the bishops house at for cochin is a pleasant sight with its colourful gardens. you could ask the guard for directions in and around. also visit the museum attached.

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