Historic Sites in Mumbai

Historic Sites in Mumbai, India

Mumbai Historic Sites

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  • amaru2018
    Mumbai, India31 contributions
    It is a beautiful structure to see, especially at night when there are many lights and colours on the building. Had an amazing vada pav opposite it.
    Written 22 January 2022
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  • Yogesh L
    Pune, India710 contributions
    This is a small fort at the sea shore - famous for movie shootings - it definitely needs some maintenance and uplifting and taking care of garbage management.
    Written 24 January 2022
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  • Aadesh
    Pune, India2 contributions
    You'll get to know a lot of unknown facts about BMC. The host explained everything in very lucid manner.
    Written 20 February 2022
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  • ashwin k
    Mumbai, India350 contributions
    This college is renowned as one of the best college for arts since decades which is Situated in South Bombay.
    Written 6 February 2020
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  • sagarmoya
    Thane, India204 contributions
    It has ruins of a fort, a maze, a fountain, and the garden in the entrance , Entry is free, Lot of college crowds you will see . The Sion Fort was built sometime in the late 17th century I guess not a expert on this , A canon lying in on the floor on top of hill & there is a water tank on the way to the top
    Written 6 January 2020
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  • flower2975
    Mumbai, India120 contributions
    A tiny hamlet trying to still maintain its essence in the fast paced new age buildings being built..old Portuguese styled cottages, beautifully helpful locals, Willy the guitarist..providing inputs a truly awesome place to visit..no need of any guides .
    Written 2 March 2019
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  • ValK033
    Belfast235 contributions
    This is a 160 year old laundry and it is definitely worth a visit with all sorts of items on display. A great photo opportunity from above it
    Written 19 February 2019
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  • 20raelobo
    Mumbai, India31 contributions
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    Written 25 September 2018
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  • BarbaraandBruceD
    Clear Mountain9 contributions
    This tour was organized through TripADeal who used Special Holidays to provide the tour for North India The overall tour was very good value. The hotels ranged from average to very good.They were all clean and the service friendly. The guides ranged from average to very good. We saw all the famous sights - the Taj Mahal etc. The food provided was good. We had some interesting experiences e.g. riding in tuk-tuks to get to our hotel in the old section of Udaipur.
    Our main complaint was that on the Mandur express from Jodhpur to Delhi we were promised sleeping compartments with a maximum of 4 berths. We ended up with 8 in our space, which was a thoroughfare and we were left with very little room for luggage. The hotels were often on the outskirts of towns which meant some of the sights had to be left out because of travel time.
    Written 26 March 2016
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  • Sarang
    Kanpur, India6 contributions
    A must visit place for those who love to connect with their inner peace. The fragrant and calm atmosphere engulfs you and leads you to a much calmer version of yourself
    Written 16 September 2019
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  • Masayoshi
    Fujisawa, Japan3,949 contributions
    I'm a Japanese travelling a lot in India.
    One of my objectives is to visit fort remains.
    I would call this place the worst fort remain I've visited in India.
    I went there in the morning.
    It's located on the shore along a poverty area.
    Then, people use the shore as toilet ...
    You see the view, smell and remains...

    It's a reality.

    I've learned something here.
    Written 28 June 2016
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  • Invincible
    130 contributions
    The statue is in the memory of mumbai naval uprising during indian freedom struggle..... its a small memorial of the uprising with a pretty nice park around. must visit for every indian.!!
    Written 31 January 2019
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  • astroaadil
    Mumbai, India1,544 contributions
    This is a very nice old church with nice interiors and has a quiet and peaceful feeling about the place. Do visit during service to enjoy the real experience of being there.
    Written 3 October 2018
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  • Jay Munwar
    Mumbai, India104 contributions
    ParasDham is cited at vallabhbaug lane. It's a Jain Temple. Locals are primarily Gujaratis worshipping here.
    Written 5 May 2019
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  • Vikas Singh
    Hyderabad, India4,039 contributions
    The best place to see these magnificent buildings is around The Oval Maidan. On one side are the Art decco buildings and on the other side the Victorian Gothic styled buildings. There is also 1725 well that is revered by the Parsees. It takes around 2 hours for a leisurely stroll along the maidan pathway, soaking in the magnificent architecture. Go early morning around 6 am and you can click some great pictures. After this you can walk across to Kala Ghoda art district for sumptuous breakfast . No need to hire a guide . You can do this trail yourself
    Written 31 January 2020
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