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Notes on the Geography of Peninsular India: Bassein Fort: Photo 20

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Cloister of the adjoining college, built in 1636. Gemelli Careri, who came here in 1695, wrote: "The dormitory and cloister are the best in the city. In the garden, besides the Indian, there are some sorts of European fruit, and among the rest figs and grapes, which the Father Recor told me came to maturity twice a year, that is in December and March." (Quoted in Teresa Albuquerque, Bassein: The Portuguese Interlude, 2004, p. 73.)

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