The Church of Our Lady of Piety was worked by the Portuguese in the late eighteenth century and it is accepted to have been worked around 1886 or 1889. The Church is one of the most seasoned standing structures in Silvassa. The most shocking structure of the congregation is the skillfully festooned inside and external arches. The stunning plan of this structure, which remains steadfast after such a long time, is a declaration to the engineering aptitudes.
The Church of Our Lady of Piety is found simply inverse the outstanding Tribal Museum. There are in reality numerous Catholic houses of worship in Silvassa because of the settlement of the Portuguese here for a long time.