Goan churches are famous for a odd merger of Indian and Portuguese architecture. The Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception is an impressive building located right at the chief square (Church square) of the city. This place is a vital place of devotion and prayer for the locals.
The church was built in 1540 and underwent renewal and repair in 1619. Modeled as per the formation of church of Reis Magos this church boasts of tall twin towers constructed in a classic Portuguese decorative manner. Keen to 'Nossa Senhora da Imaculada Conceicao' the key altar of the church has been cleverly carved in Revival manner. The church bell is large and is in fact the second major bell in Goa.