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Goa, Een vermaerde koopstad in het Portugals Indie, aen den mond der rivier Gacis.

Goa, Een vermaerde koopstad in het Portugals Indie, aen den mond der rivier Gacis.
A Dutch view of Goa.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PU1872
Description: This Dutch view of Goa was made after Goa had passed her glory. The slow decline in Goa was heightened by the English East India Company's development of Bombay. First Hindus fleeing the inquisition and later Christians began to leave Goa for the British possessions in India.
Creator: Peter Schenk (artist), C P Amsteld (engraver)
Date: 1702
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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