Dutch Cemetery in Fort Cochin

The 282-year-old Dutch Cemetery in Fort Kochi is the oldest European cemetery in India.

Old cemetery for the Dutch settlers and colonists from the 17th to 18th century. Interesting and quiet site for exploring the Fort Cochin history. Consecrated in 1724, the cemetery has 104 tombs of Europeans, mostly Dutch, who colonised Kerala. Now belongs to CSI Church.

Location:

short walk from the lighthouse and Beach. A stone throw from The Poovath Heritage Hotel, CGH Earth's Eighth Bastion and Malabar House.

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