St Francis Church, Kochi is the first European church built in India named after Santo Antonio, the benefactor Saint of Portugal. It does not characterize by any neat architectural splendor and thus better called as a model of many churches in India. Gabled timber-framed roof enclosed with tiles, semi-circular doors and windows are the prime fascinations of the fort. The bell tower of the Church at Kochi is separated into three sections. There remain the gravestones of the Portuguese at the northern wall whereas Dutch is embedded on the southern wall of the interior of the church. Gravestone of Vasco-da-Gama at St. Francis Church is the center of appeal in Kochi. The porticos are edged on either side by a stride pinnacle.