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Map of Goa, (an Indian state) featuring depicting their Talukas (district subdivisions) and headquarters.

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Goa is divided into two administrative districts: North Goa and South Goa

  • Talukas in purple shades belong to North Goa
  • Talukas in orange shades belong to South Goa


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Image made by me. Post a message on my English talk page if you need a translated map. Nichalp 18:29, 31 Mar 2005 (UTC)

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