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Cochin, Capital of the South Indian Spice Trade.(83 images)

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Cochin, Capital of the South Indian Spice Trade.

Arriving in Cochin, South India, is as close to a step back in time as you can get. The city, now known as Kochi, has found its way charmingly into the present with a natural sense of preserving the past. All of the present day facilities, from mobile phones, internet access points, high fashion shopping and five star hotels are...
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Jewtown, the former Jewish Quarters, is now home of the Spice market and many arts, handcrafts and antique dealers. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Jewtown, the former Jewish Quarters, is now home of the Spice market and many arts, handcrafts and antique dealers. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Jewtown, the former Jewish Quarters, is now home of the Spice market and many arts, handcrafts and antique dealers. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Fishermen in a canoe make way for a cruiseship. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Fishermen in a canoe make way for a cruiseship. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. Teams of fishermen operate the Chinese fishing nets along the shores of Fort Cochin. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. The Brunton Boatyard Hotel run by CGH Earth is located in a Colonial building in the heart of town. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. The Brunton Boatyard Hotel run by CGH Earth is located in a Colonial building in the heart of town. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. The Brunton Boatyard Hotel run by CGH Earth is located in a Colonial building in the heart of town. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. The Brunton Boatyard Hotel run by CGH Earth is located in a Colonial building in the heart of town. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. The Brunton Boatyard Hotel run by CGH Earth is located in a Colonial building in the heart of town. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. The Brunton Boatyard Hotel run by CGH Earth is located in a Colonial building in the heart of town. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. The Brunton Boatyard Hotel run by CGH Earth is located in a Colonial building in the heart of town. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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  • Fort Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, India, March 2008. The Brunton Boatyard Hotel run by CGH Earth is located in a Colonial building in the heart of town. Fort Cochin was colonialised by the Portugese, Dutch and British, It was an important port for the spice trade with the west. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com
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