The Church of Our Lady of Rosary is the most seasoned church, and a piece of UNESCO World Heritage Site. The congregation is a brilliant case of Manueline style design of the early Portuguese. With windows close to the rooftop and adjusted towers, the congregation looks more like a post. The congregation has a two storied patio. It is worked with laterite and put with lime mortar. The patio and the veneer of the congregation have adjusted towers on either favor the cross to finish everything.
The congregation rooftop is tiled and is upheld by wooden rafters. The congregation has three adjusts and two churches. The primary change is committed to the Lady of Rosary. There is a marble cenotaph to one side of the primary adjusted and it recognizes the marriage of Dona Catharina with Viceroy Garcia De Sa that was performed by St. Francis Xavier.