Cabo de Rama Fort is otherwise called The Cape of Rama. The post gets its name from Rama, the saint of the epic Ramayana remained here with his significant other amid their 14 years of outcast. The Fort was first possessed by Hindu rulers who spread their realm all finished India.
Inside the Cabo de Rama Fort, there is the congregation of Santo Antonio which is in superb condition is as yet utilized by aficionados. The white church and the dark stronghold give a photographic picture of glaring difference. Cabo De Rama stronghold gives a staggering perspective of the ocean from the western side.
This Fort was attacked by numerous armed forces at ious timeframes and has seen ious fights especially maritime ones. It was utilized as a jail till 1955 after it was assumed control by the British from 1792 to 1813. The principle entrance has been reestablished and yellow washed yet the post now lies in ruins.