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Gateway of India, Mumbai

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Watching over the Arabian Sea, Gateway of India stands as perhaps the city's most recognizable symbol. The imposing gate, which reaches a height of 26 m (85 ft), reminds visitors of the grand architectural legacy the British colonial empire left behind. Note that the basalt gate fuses several different architectural styles, including Roman triumphal features and local Hindu and Muslim aspects. You can wander through the gate to view the domed ceiling and see the inscription above the arch, dedicated to the visit of King George V and Queen Mary in 1911. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Gateway of India and many more Mumbai attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Mumbai online journey planner .
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  • By the time of the time, it was good to set up a stage frame, they were covered very much to take pictures, and really is a picture, if you don't go to like, it can not go, some disappointment.
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  • We visited on a Sunday so very busy mainly with locals who were queuing up for boat trips. You have to pass through a security checkpoint as you do with most other sites in Mumbai. You don't need long...  more »
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  • One of the most beautiful monuments which reminds us of the British Raj. The Monument was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary in the year 1911 to India. 108 years and the monument looks so great looking over the Arabian Sea. amazing picture. the gateway to India. the pictures, lights and crowd is fine. take care of your belongings. This 1920’s structure is right at the end of a point off land. Entrance is free and is easily accessible. Lots of people wanting to take your photo but easily brushed off. Well worth a visit to see the boats as well as the arch. One of the busiest tourist spot. You can spend your day just being here and enjoying the sunshine. You have so many attractive place nearby. In one way its historical place. It's an upscale place. It has witnessed many events. Must visit place you will love it...
  • One of the most iconic places in Mumbai to visit. One of the most beautiful monuments which reminds us of the British Raj. The Monument was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary in the year 1911 to India. 108 years and the monument looks so great looking over the Arabian Sea. And it is one of the busiest tourist spot. You can spend your day just being here and enjoying the sunshine. You have so many attractive place nearby. In one way its historical place. It's an upscale place. It has witnessed many events. Must visit place you will love it.
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