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Catholic Church:
It was dating from the 18th century. It has an alter with the cruzification and an image of the Vergin Mary.

Mother of God Church:
In 1513 A.D. a treaty was concluded between the Portuguese and Zamorine, in which latter allowed the former to erect a factory at Calicut to which was attached a Chapel about 1725 the church was completed and dedicated to Mater De Deos and the Zamorine granted a garden in perpetuity for the support of the Church. The present church built in Roman architectural style was completed in 1942. There is no other shucrh in the whole of Kerala built in the same fashion. Apart from the architecture style a portrait of OUR LADY, more that 200 years old placed in the chapel adds to the attraction.

St.Mary's Church:
There is a Protestant church called St.Mary's Church at Calicut, which was built in June 1863. The St. Mary's Church built in 1860's at Nadakkavu was intended to cater to the spiritual needs of the civil members of collectorate and the English military residing at the barracks in East Hill. In September 1863 the construction was completed and it was used for service. In the cemetery adjacent to the church. There is a tomb dated 1717. The church has undergone renovation number of times.

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