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Fort Kochi

A historic seaside area in Kerala known for its colonial architecture, fishing nets, and cultural diversity.

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Fort Kochi has seen the Chinese, Dutch, Portuguese, and British all claim it as their own. Two thousand years ago, Jews arrived fleeing persecution. Today, the presence of Kerala’s ruling communist party is seen throughout the city. Remnants of each of these cultures remain: the Chinese fishing nets, the synagogue, churches, and old warehouses. 

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