The Church of Saint Francis of Assisi is a Roman Catholic Church arranged in the principle square of Old Goa. The Church and Convent of St. Francis of Assisi were built up by eight Portuguese Franciscan monks who arrived in Goa in 1517. The west-bound church has a nave with three houses of prayer on both side, a choir on the primary floor, a principle holy place and two different sacrificial stones. Tower and a sacristy are on the north of primary sacrificial table, today which you see the place of Archeological Museum was really a religious community framing annexure to the congregation.
The outside of the Church is of the Tuscan request while the fundamental passage is in Manuline style. The fundamental sacrificial stone is Baroque with Corinthian highlights. There are no passageways yet just a nave, which is rib-vaulted. The inside braces dividers isolating the houses of prayer and supporting the display to finish everything.