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Trasi beach is known for migration of turtle for laying eggs.
Christ the King Church
"Christ The King Church" was elevated to being a full-fledged parish in 1971; prior to which it was a substation of the famous and celebrated 'Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church' a parish since 1630 in Gangolli to early Goan/Portuguese settlers who migrated south from Goa around 1560.
On arrival, the settlers built a modest church building near the 'Bundar'. On being annexed to Goa in about 1629, the old building made way for a new one and then again to the final church which stands there today.
The parish caters to over 200 families today, who are descendants of the old settlers.
There is a small island of about 100 meters radius which is about a kilometer offshore. This island is called Coral Island.
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