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I went to visit the Dutch cemetery on a Sunday morning in May 2018. Unfortunately it wasclosed. What I could see of it through the locked gate was an unkempt mess. What a shame!! I find that often
old cemeteries are fascinating. This is could...More
You cannot get in - gate is locked and you cannot even look through the gate because of the big sign they hung up. You can look over the wall from the beach side, but you can barely see anything as the bushes hace overgrown...More
It is an interesting place to walk around. On previous visits it had always been closed and this year we were determined to go and see it. We went to St Francis Church and asked if we could go into the cemetery and they sent...More
This is where history unfolds and where you can literally feel the past eras of this city. On my first visit, I only found the closed gate through which you can hardly see anything. Next day I realised that the entire cemetery can be seen...More
This cemetery is of dutch people who died in war. It has historical importance but the gate is always closed. Open only by special permission for the family members of deceased. Not maintained and shouldn't be included in the itinerary. You can visit just to...More
Unfortunately the cemetery seems to be closed all the time. It is overgrown and not at all well kept which is a pity given its historical significance. Located between Fort Cochin Beach and Vasco Da Gama Square it could be a good historical attraction if...More
The cemetery is permanently closed to visitors except family members of the departed.
The cemetery is in a very poor state of maintenance and not worth a visit from tourism point of view.
Do not waste your time trying to get there & seeing it.