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Beaches of Goa
Beaches of Goa attract millions of national and international tourists throughout the year especially in spring and autumn times. Goa also offers the tourist the scenic beauty and luxurious night life to make a perfect holiday outing. With all, Goa is called as the "land of beaches".
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