The quaint Chapel of Our Lady of Remedies exudes an old-world charm that captivates the senses. The main attraction is a white cross that is beautifully decorated with flowers. As you enter the premises, an intricately carved bell, which complements the flanking doors and windows, greets you. Don’t forget to admire the engravings of the main altar that are reflective of the 17th century style of architecture. The prayer hall of the chapel is a work of art and is ornamented with intricately carved figurines. Exploring the church almost feels like walking through the pages of Daman's rich colonial past. The chapel was constructed in 1607 AD by a Portuguese governor and captain and lies on the outskirts of the Moti Daman Fort.

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