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Located in western India, Diu is an island town connected by a bridge to the mainland, in the state of Gujarat. Diu Fort is a 16th-century Portuguese citadel overlooking the Arabian Sea. This commanding edifice was constructed in the mid 16th century and stands testimony to the strategic alliance between the Portuguese and the Sultan of Gujarat. Presently, it houses the Diu Jail and a massive LightHouse. The Portuguese influence can also be seen in the architecture – St. Paul’s Church, dedicated to Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, and the old St. Thomas’s Church showcase the rich workmanship of that era. St. Thomas’s Church is now the Diu Museum, displaying idols, wooden carvings, shadow clocks, statues and various other artifacts. Nagoa beach, the biggest in Diu, is a spot to be seen. The branching palm trees (hoka), imported from Africa 400 years ago, are a unique feature of the beach.