Ki Mansion is a Heritage Home located at Fort Kochi (Kerala, India). Ki Mansion offers accommodation in Both suites and rooms with luxurious bathrooms are available. There is also a large hall with a seating capacity of 75 PAX which can be used for conferences, parties, receptions and informal gatherings. Places to see in Fort-Kochi just a few minutes away from Kimansion Synagogue Built in AD 1568 is the most important Jewish monument.The interior is one of the finest of any Synagogue in the world,beautifuly decorated with Chinese hand painted blue and white tiles differing slightly in design. The mid 18th century floor tiles were brought from Canton by Ezekial Rababai as part of his reconstruction work. The crystal chandeliers crowns were presented by the Maharajas Cohin and Travancore. The Great scrolls of the old Testament, Copper plates on which the rulers were recorded, gold and silver crowns gifted by various patrons to the Synagogue. Chinese fishing net. The much photographed 'Chinese' fishing nets at the harbour-mouth, best seen at sunset, testify to Cochin's pre-European associations with China. St. Francis Church Built by Europeans in 1503 AD the St. Francis Church in Cochin stands as a reminder of Christianity's venture into the Indian shores. Santa Cruz Basilica This historic church was built by the Portuguese and elevated to a Cathedral by Pope Paul IV in 1558. In 1795 it fell into the hands of the British when they took over Cochin, and was demolished. About a hundred years later Bishop Dom Gomez Ferreira commissioned a new building at the same site in 1887. The church was proclaimed a Basilica in 1984 by Pope John Paul II. The Bishop's House built in 1506 as the residence of the Portuguese Governor. The Bishop's house stands on a little hillock near the Parade Ground. The facade of the house in characterized by large Gothic arches, and has a circular garden path winding up to the main entrance. The building was acquired by Dom Jos Gomes Ferreira, the 27th Bishop of the Diocese of Cochin whose jurisdiction extended over Burma, Malaya and Ceylon, in addition to India.
Napier Street (Opp) St. Andrews Parish Hall Fort Cochin ,Kochi,India
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