The Indo-Portuguese Museum is a museum in Kochi, Kerala, India. The museum was installed with the aid of the efforts of the overdue Dr. Joseph Kureethra, Bishop of Kochi, in a bid to defend and exhibit the rich cultural history and Portuguese have an impact on. This museum now showcases the Portuguese affects on Fort Kochi and the encompassing regions, particularly, the western components of Kochi. The museum has 5 main sections: Altar, Treasure, Procession, Civil Life and Cathedral.
Among the portions on display are a piece of the altar made in teak from the Church of Our Lady of Hope, Vypeen, a chasuble from Bishop's House, Fort Kochi, processional cross, which is a mixture of silver and wooden from Santa Cruz Cathedral, Fort Kochi, Indo-Portuguese Monstrance, from the Church of Our Lady of Hope, Vypeen. The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation has additionally contributed to the collection at the Indo-Portuguese Museum and has to its credit sculptures, treasured steel items and vestments, among others from the Cathedral of Santa Cruz and different churches of the Kochi diocese.
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