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Notes on the Geography of Peninsular India: Diu Fort: Photo 25

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Entrance to the Santiago (St. James) bastion and chapel. Along with the governor's palace, this was one of the two buildings maintained after 1800. Sunlight streams through the roof since the Indian Navy shelled the chapel in 1961.

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