18th June Road


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18th June Road Overview

Ranked 6 of 104 sightseeing in Panjim

18th June Road has been named after an anti-colonial protest launched by socialist leader Ram Manohar Lohia in 1946. Shops located along this road sell cashew nuts in varied flavours and spices. From the street, tourists can buy books and CDs of Goa's very popular Konkani music.

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18th June Road

Rizwanuddin Rafiq
20th May 16

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: Below 1hr
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Rizwanuddin Rafiq

Rizwanuddin Rafiq5.0/5

3023 reviews

The 18th June Road Name Commemorates That Historic Goa Revolution Day

Commonly described as a busy commercial street, but why to go for regarding the name 18th June. As a visitor this question must arise, I was very anxious to know the importance of this particular date, as history and heritage must be in sighted wisely. The 18th June Road name commemorates that historic "Goa Revolution Day". These roads have kept alive our links with history. They offer us an insight into the history of Goa. On 18th June, 1946 at Margao, Dr Ram Manohar Lohia and Dr Juliao Menezes launched the civil disobedience movement against the dictatorial salazar's regime. Salazar, the dictator of Portugal had curbed the civil liberties of Goans. Hence the torch of freedom from the Portuguese rule was lit on 18th June 1946 at Margao to gain back the lost civil liberties which finally culminated in the liberation of Goa on 19th December, 1961. Beside this shopping we must pay a homage to the brave martyrs and to all those who were the part of this great freedom.

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Vishal Khandelwal

Vishal Khandelwal4.3/5

1 review

Nice place to visit

Nice place to visit enjoyed a very lot, a must place for family tour and a must go place.

Ravi shankar

Ravi shankar4.3/5

2 reviews


Good place for shopping, but very costly. Good place for buying sea items for your house. Nice place to enjoy during evenings with a group. Very neat place and well disciplined,good parking area. Nice pubs.

Nishitha K n

Nishitha K n5.0/5

522 reviews

Best for shopping

Panjim Is a area where we get to shopping awesome things.Here we can get variety of awesome goa style foods.But this place is not well maintained, little bit dirty.But we do get to shopping many good things. This place is best for shopping purposes.



7 reviews

Goa, the best place to Relax

Goa is a place in India influenced with Portuguese culture. Old churches and cathedrals are some of the attractions of Goa, besides the beaches of course. Mangeshi temple in south Goa is a religious place. Govan beach is the main attraction for Goa. Wine and dine in all types of hotels and casino are good in Goa.



20 reviews

Enjoy good food and wine

Good place for food and wine; road is one way so, no problem of traffic.

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