This is the church mentioned in my last post. Built by the Portugese, it fell into disuse with the occupation by the Dutch. With the arrival of the British, it was to be used as an ammunitions depot. That I felt was a bit unfortunate, as by then this place was already 300 years old and could have done with some dedicated conservation approach.
Situated on a hill, the views from here are very pleasant and one can imagine merchant vessels and battleships of the past at sea.
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