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Fort Kochi: Aromas Of History

Fort Kochi is the only place in India which was occupied by the Portuguese, the Dutch and the English. Throw into this mix, the Chinese, Arabs, Jews, Gujaratis, and Saraswad Brahmins among others who stopped by for trading. This explains the cosmopolitan tag that Kochi, a port town, once enjoyed.

So take out your most comfortable walking shoes if you plan to explore the quaint ambience of Fort Kochi. And do not forget your sun hat. The islands of Old Kochi and adjacent Mattancherry are like one big modern day art cafe where the smell of coffee gets into an exotic dance with the aroma of spices and stir up memories of a history that is layered and textured enough to inspire you to walk around the next corner and discover the next surprise.

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