The House of Seven Gables or the place of Eurico Santana da Silva, was worked by Sebastiao da Silva in 1790, who filled in as an emissary and private secretary to the Viceroy of Portugal. The building holds the qualification of being the first in the region to play out a mass, at a private church worked inside the premises. This exquisite Portuguese chateau is situated close Largo de Igreja Square. Outlined like a royal residence, the house initially wore a column of seven, commonly shrill, Goan peaks.
Of the seven, just three remain today. A magnificent example of Portuguese design, the fundamental passage sports Baroque highlights, over the entryway. The family church with its Baroque and Rococo workmanship, exhibits the loftiness of the Portuguese time. Overhangs upheld by corbels, front the clam shell windows.