7. St. Philomena’s Church, Mysuru –
Built-in AD 1840, St. Philomena’s is a Roman Catholic Church. Earlier known as St. Joseph Chaver, the church is built in Gothic Style of architecture and has twin towers that stand majestically at 175 feet. The beautiful church resembles St. Patrick’s cathedral in New York and a church in Cologne. It is one of the most important historical sites in Mysuru and popular spots for travelers from all over the world. A beautiful landmark in Mysuru, it looks even more beautiful in the evening sky.
8. Reis Magos Church, Goa –
Built-in 1555 by Franciscan Friars, the dazzling Reis Magos Church is located in Reis Magos Village of North Goa by the banks of the Mandovi River. A majestic Portuguese-styled white monument standing tall amidst the quaint village, the church is dedicated to celebrating the Feast of the Three Wise Men annually and is a must-visit church in India.
9. St Aloysius Chapel, Mangalore –
Set atop the Lighthouse Hill, St Aloysius Chapel is a Catholic Church that has a regal look that is breathtaking right from the entrance. One of the famous churches to visit in India, the stunning wall paintings of St. Aloysius Chapel are magnificent and attract visitors in large numbers. The vistas of the Arabian Sea from the campus is worth the trip if you wish to capture a part of the history and the natural landscape of this part of the city.
10. Mount Mary Church, Mumbai –
A Roman Catholic Church situated atop a hillock, the Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount, commonly called the Mount Mary Church by the locals, s one of the finest specimens of its kind. Situated in the suburbs of Mumbai, the church offers stunning vistas of the bustling Arabian Sea as it beautifully reflects different shades of blue. A must visit the church in India, the church is visited by people of all faiths to attain some peace and tranquillity.
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