The shady, narrow streets of this largely residential neighborhood do not seem Indian—they are clearly still Portuguese at heart. From tiny balcaos (colonnaded porches), inhabitants watch as their quiet, unchanging world goes by, and through the old windows you can hear people practicing the piano and violin. At the heart of Fontainhas is the little whitewashed Chapel of St. Sebastian, which dates only to the late 19th century—new by Goan standards. Its claim
to fame is an old crucifix that was once housed in the infamous Palace of the Inquisition in Old Goa.
Between Ourem Creek and Altinho, Panaji, Goa, 403001, India