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Notes on the Geography of Peninsular India: Old Goa: Photo 14

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Goan churches are generally made of blocks of laterite, which when excavated from the earth hardens to ironstone. That rock is durable but cannot be carved, so the Goan churches are typically covered with plaster and periodically given a coat of white paint.

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