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St. Mary's Forane Church, Taliparamba

The St. Mary's Forane Church located at Taliparamba lies 22 kilometers off the civil district of Kannur. Built in Gothic style, the church exudes immense artistic brilliance and is a blend of exemplary craftsmanship and modern technological innovation. A rosary garden and a grotto of Mother Mary adorn the entrance of the church while the interiors and exteriors are engraved with spiritual motifs. The 110- feet high frontal elevation is embellished with a 25-feet long painting of Mother Mary in stained glass which is flanked by mosaic glass paintings representing the 12 Apostles. Adjacent to the Church is a chapel for the Perpetual Adoration of the Sacrament and a Marian Documentation Centre. Marian convention is organised by the church on the first Saturday of every month along with a Eucharistic procession and the Holy Mass.


Getting there

Nearest railway station: Kannur, about 25 km

Nearest airport: Kannur International Airport, about 35 km | Calicut International Airport, about 115 km

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