Bishop's Palace, Goa
Situated atop Altinho, the hillock overlooking Panaji, the capital of Goa, India, is the Bishops Palace, also known as the Patriarchal Palace. It is a popular place in Goa, which tourists often visit to experience its architectural splendour.
The Bishop's Palace was erected in order to reflect the elevation of the Archbishop to a Patriarch. In 1533, the church jurisdiction of Goa was established and it rose to an Archdiocese in 1557.
The architecture of this palace is elegant and tourists and travelers from around the world get attracted by its grandeur.