Explore Historic Places In Mumbai

Explore Historic Places In Mumbai

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Explore the beauty and intrigue of historic Mumbai on your own time with our curated guide to the best famous sights and landmarks.

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    Every September the feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary is celebrated on the first Sunday after 8th September, the birthday of the Virgin Mary. This week long celebration known as the Bandra Fair. -- ITC Hotels via Foursquare
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    Beautiful place for lovers and college kids to hang out with frnds , u get to c a beautiful view of Worli sea link with nice sunset -- Manav Chotrani via Foursquare
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    This is Gandhi's bombay home, he always stayed here. When alive, a must see rare images n memorabilia here. He also planned the Quit India movement against British here and in near by ground -- Mehul Patel via Foursquare
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    Located at the Hutatma Chowk, this monument is an exquisite architectural edifice of the colonial era. Nearby attractions include some great place for shopping, restaurants and historic buildings. -- Siddhartha Banerjee via Foursquare
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    Family hangout and a peace of mind when u need silence and an area out of pollution -- Saahil Ahmed via Foursquare
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    This is one of the few museums in India that takes initiatives to bring international speakers who are well known in their respective fields to discuss and educate the public on art. -- Master M|A|R|Z|I™ ♂ ੴ via Foursquare
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    Babulnath (बाबुलनाथ) is an ancient Shiva temple in Mumbai. Shiva in the form of Lord of Babul tree is the main deity in this temple. Giving an illusion of Mount Kailash the eternal abode of Lord Shiva -- Master M|A|R|Z|I™ ♂ ੴ via Foursquare
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    Mahim Dargah is Bombay's oldest dargah. Reported to be at least 350 years old, the dargah sharief has five domes, the only dargah in Mumbai to have more than one dome. -- Master M|A|R|Z|I™ ♂ ੴ via Foursquare
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    You definitely call this one of the Birthplaces of Hindi Cinema. Now used more for Television shoots! -- Vishal Menon via Foursquare
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    Gujju wedding! Ohhhh you just can't miss out the aamras!! :P -- Sanket Agrawal via Foursquare
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    Mumbai has remarkable architecture and you can really discover the Bombay of old on one of these, created by two architects. Walk around the Kala Ghoda area, Dockyard Road, and Colaba Causeway. -- ITC Hotels via Foursquare
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