Framing a proof of Kochi's association with the Dutch is the Dutch graveyard at Fort Kochi. It was purified in the year 1724 and till date contains just about 104 commemorations and tombs, containing valid subtle elements of the Dutch and British individuals covered there. Seeing this, guests who come here are helped to remember the nonnatives who came to Kochi in order to extend their domains.
The St. Francis Church keeps up the record of the individuals who were covered here and the Church of South India CSI is who deals with the burial ground. The tombs at this place are made out of rock and red laterite stones however don't have a cross. The engravings in every one of the tribute are in the Old Dutch content. Never again utilized, the last individual to be covered here, as per the creator TW Venn, was Captain Joseph Ethelbert Winckler, in the year 1913.