Azad Maidan is a martyrs' monument in the Indian state of Panaji, Goa. It is located opposite the Goa Police headquarters on MG Road, Panaji.
The present day Azad Maidan is a square land with a domed monument erected by the Portuguese. In 1843, a statue of the legendary Portuguese general Afonso de Albuquerque was laid inside the domed structure, the statue later transferred to the state museum in Old Goa. It is said that the iron beams and granite pillars for the monuments were brought from the Convent of S. Domingos, Velha Goa.
The pillars and columns for the dome came from the College of St. Thomas Aquinas, located on a hillock of Conceição. The Azad Maidan monument today holds a brass memorial dedicated to the distinguished Goan freedom fighter Dr. Tristão de Bragança Cunha(1891-1958). In the modern times, the square also became a melting pot for the Goans, where different opinions were voiced and issues discussed openly.