Reis Magos Fort
Verem, Bardez, Goa 403114, India
About Reis Magos Fort
Surrounded by sturdy laterite walls studded with typically Portuguese turrets, it was erected in 1551 to protect the narrowest point at the mouth of the Mandovi river. It was used as a residence for viceroys and later converted to a fortress.
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