Photo Blog: Mumbai Monuments

Khyati Gandhi
Photo Credit : The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel

In this photo blog I bring you Mumbai’s most striking monuments… and some fun places to visit :)  Enjoy!

 1. The shoe house

Photo Credit : The Shoe House
The shoe house is built in the Kamla Nehru Park. A famous place for children to play.

2. The Banganga tank

Photo Credit : The Banganga Tank
A heritage site  in the Malabar hill area of Mumbai. It is also referred to as the Mini ganga.

3. The Bombay Panjrapole

Photo Credit : The Bombay Panjrapole
A 176-year-old infirmary that primarily looks after 350 cows and other stray animals like donkeys, hens, birds, dogs, goats, parrots and ducks.

4.The Gateway of India

Photo Credit : The Gateway Of India
Photo Credit : The Gateway Of India
Photo Credit : The Gateway Of India
Photo Credit : The Gateway Of India
Photo Credit : The Gateway Of India
Built during the British raj in Mumbai, The gateway of India overlooks the Arabian sea.

5. The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel

Photo Credit : The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel
Photo Credit : The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel
Photo Credit : The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel
Photo Credit : The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel
Right opposite to the Gateway of India is the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel.

6. The Liberty Cinema

Photo Credit : The Liberty Cinema
Built in 1947 the Liberty Cinema is a single screen movie theater with 1200 seating.
Photo Credit : The Liberty Cinema

7. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

Formerly known as The Victoria Terminus, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and historic railway station.
Photo Credit : The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
Photo Credit : The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
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