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Muziris Heritage Project

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Muziris Heritage Project

Once used to keep trade connections with Rome, Greece, China and Persia, Muziris, a piece of land that lies across the borders of Ernakulam and Thrissur districts of central Kerala, is now a major heritage centre in Kerala. Muziris once had a thriving port in the first century BC and was the gateway for various religious faiths like Christianity, Judaism, Islam and others.  

The Muziris Heritage Project conserve and showcases the culture of 3000 years or more. The main sites included in this project are Paravur Synagogue, Kottayil Kovilakom in Chennamangalam, the Chennamangalam synagogue, Paliam Kovilakom, Paliam Nallukettu etc. 

  Topics: Heritage   Port  


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