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Prince of Wales Museum

The Prince of Wales Museum is another famous place of tourist interest in Mumbai. This museum was built in the 20th century to commemorate the visit of Prince of Wales. The structure was designed by George Wittet, who is also reputed as the designer of t ...

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Marine Drive

Marine drive is another important tourist attraction in Mumbai. Marine drive runs along a long stretch of 3 kilometers and has shape like an “inverted C form”. Marine drive links the Nariman Point to Malabar hill. This stretch is often looks like as the ...

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Local Trains

Local Trains are the major source of transport in Mumbai. This network of Railways has three lines, namely the Western Line, the Central Main Line and the Harbour Line. Mumbai is totally covered by local train network. The area from Churchgate to Virar i ...

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Jain Temple

The Jain temple is dedicated to Adinath the first Tirthankara. Temple built in white marble and decorated with paintings which depict the incidents of the life of Tirthankaras. The first floor of the temple is particularly dedicated to Parasnath. His ima ...

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Siddhivinayak Temple

The temple has a Kalash, which is a pointed dome of 12 feet high Gabhara weighing 1500 kg and plated in gold. So, it facilitates the 'Darshan' of Sri Siddhivinayak from either the area surrounding the Gabhara or the stage constructed to conduct pujas and ...

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Haji Ali Dargah

The Dargah was built in 1631 by a Muslim merchant and saint named Haji Ali. Haji Ali died on his way to Mecca and his body, in its casket, floated back to Mumbai. The Haji Ali Dargah is a mosque and dargah located on an islet off the coast of Worli in Mu ...

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Juhu Beach

Juhu is one of the most popular and fizzing beaches of India. It is surrounded by Arabian Sea in the west, Santacruz and Vile Parle in the east. Juhu is around 30 kilometers north of the city centre. It is one of the more affluent areas of Mumbai. The av ...

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Gateway of India

The Gateway of India was built to commemorate the visit of the King George V and Queen Mary to Mumbai in 1911AD.It was designed by George Wittet and built in the Indo-saracenic style.It is a monument ,located on the waterfront in South Mumbai. The Gatewa ...