It also known as Panjim. It is the capital of Goa, India’s western province. Panaji lies in the northern Goa district, on the banks of the mouth of the Mandovi river. Another Panaji Goa, with a population of 114,405 metropolitan population, is Goa’s third largest city after Vasodigama and Madgaon. Also Panaji means, It is “never flooding” land. It is, the capital of Goa and the northern Goa district, the headquarters of a small and charming city on the left bank of Mandovi river, modern houses with well-built houses in the Latin style, well-laid gardens, statues and pathways Golmohar stands, With Acassia and other trees. Also The main intersection, architecture, church on beautiful villa.
Baroque architecture of the church at the main intersection, beautiful villas and cobbled roads interesting buildings give a Portuguese atmosphere to Panaji Goa. Also Terraced hills, eccentric balconies and red tile roofs. The pile against the disturbances of concrete buildings with bleached clean churches and a river-side pile. Another The town is located on the left bank of the Mandovi River. This city lies with the left bank of the Mandovi river, peaked hills, eccentric balconies. And red tiled roofs, bleached clean churches, and a Riverside tour, peaked against a disturbance of concrete buildings.
The heart of the city is the Praça da Igreja (Church Square). Other tourist attractions, old and rebuilt include the Adilshahi Palace dating from the 16th century. Also The Chanes of the Menezes Braganza Institute and Central Library, Mahalaxmi Temple, Jama Masjid Mosque, As well as the beach near Miramar. Other tourist attractions include the Old and Adilshahi Palace, dating from the 16th century, the Menezes Braganza Institute. And the Central Library, the Mahalaxmi Temple, the Jama Masjid Mosque, Church of St. Sebastian and Fontainhas.