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The Museum of Christian Art located in the 17th century Convent of Santa Monica in Old Goa, is the first such Museum in Asia and houses objects exclusively related to Christian Art. The Museum has a collection of unique indo-portuguese artworks many...more
Museum is magnificient , good collection of artefacts located adjacent to convent st. monica . one can reach there by bus , cab or auto .it has a collection of indo portuguese christian art - also has a collection of gold items , ivory ,rosaries...More
The Museum of Christian Art is located next to the Convent of St. Monica and not too far from the Se Cathedral and Basilica of Bom Jesus in Old Goa. Housed in a recently renovated building, the museum offers a good collection of Indo-Portuguese artefacts,...More
This museum is right in front of the famous St. Augustine Tower. This is a museum where you can find different cultures. The art is very well displayed in a compact place. If you love art then you must and should visit this place (That...More
I went to Museum of Christian Art. The Museum of Christian Art, reputed to be the only one of its kind in whole of Asia.The fabulous array of preserved art objects includes rosaries, crosses, statues, paintings, and other items made of gold and precious stone....More
The Museum of Christian Art is a very niche museum that showcases Indo-European art as it found its expression in Christian imagery and worship during the Portuguese rule in Goa. It is interesting to see how natives interpreted a European culture to meet their own...More
The Museum, tucked away from the rush at the Church of Bom Jesu in old Goa, is a beautiful, compact well-curated space. The objects are well displayed within the heritage structure and reflect the story of indigenisation of Christianity, particularly in visual characteristics. The curator...More
This converted church looks really impressive from the outside and indeed, probably once was impressive inside. Alas, as of July 2015, most of it is under renovation and closed off. The only room that is available is bare and uninteresting and contains some pretty lame...More
A fascinating collection of Indo-Portuguese items. The varied intermingling of the various faiths and their representations in a purely Christian way is fascinating.
Unfortunately, the roof of the Museum leaks and during our conversation with the Curator, we came to know that it has been...More