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History of Daman
Various Portuguese dances are well preserved and still widely presented.Tribal dances with caustic social comments are much in vogue
Devka Beach: It has an amusement park with a number of colourful fountains and is a place to frolic around.
Moti Daman Fort: The huge fort dates back to 16th century. A large number of Portuguese gentry used to reside within the confine of the Fort with their families.
Nani Daman: It has an ancient church, a fort and a fishing dock. The lighthouse offers that mystic charm to its lovely beach.
Damanganga Tourist Complex: An artificially built complex self-contained with Cafeteria, Cottages, Conference Hall, Health Club etc is sure to enchant you with its beauty, facilities and size.
Fort of Diu: Among the tourist attractions in Daman and Diu, the Diu Fort acquires a prominent position. Skirted by the sea on the three sides, the imposing structure dominates the townscape and offers a magnificent view of the sea.
Hilsa Aquarium: The recently developed Hilsa Aquarium displays a good collection of exotic and colouful fish.
Jampore Beach: The serene beach is an ideal place to and listen to the whisper of the palm tress and laze around.
Church of Bom Jesus: The church was built by the Portuguese in 17th century and is famous for their impressive rosewood carvings.
Nagoa Beach: This semi-circular beach is in Bucharwada village. You can swim or engage in various water sports.
Gangeshwar Temple: The temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva houses five lingas in the midst of the rocks on the seashore.
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