Dónde desea visitar en Mumbai

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    • Puerta de la India

      La Puerta de la India es un monumento de la ciudad de Bombay (actualmente denominada Mumbai) en la (India), construido durante el Raj británico. Se encuentra situado en el paseo marítimo en la zona de Apollo Bunder en el puerto de Bombay, frente al Mar Arábigo. La construcción es un arco de basalto, de 26 metros de altura y constituye una de las principales atracciones turísticas de la ciudad.[1]​ El monumento fue erigido para celebrar la visita a la India del rey Jorge V del Reino Unido y su esposa la reina María, en 1911, colocándose la primera piedra el 31 de marzo de 1911 y terminándose en 1924. El proyecto de la construcción se debe al arquitecto escocés George Wittet, en un estilo indo-sarraceno. El monumento se convirtió desde su finalización en la puerta de entrada ceremonial a la India para los virreyes y gobernadores de Bombay.[2]​ En 2008, se produjo un ataque terrorista en el hotel Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, situado en las inmediaciones de la Puerta de la India.

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    • Taj Mahal Palace & Tower

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    • Colaba Causeway

      Colaba Causeway, officially known as Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, is a commercial street, and a major causeway or land link between Colaba and the Old Woman's Island in the city of Mumbai, India. It lies close to the Fort area, and to the east of Cuffe Parade, an upmarket neighbourhood in South Mumbai, and close by are Mumbai's famous landmarks, the Gateway of India and Taj Mahal Palace & Tower.

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    • Fort

      Fort is a Business District in Mumbai, India. The area gets its name from the defensive fort, Fort George, built by the British East India Company around Bombay Castle. The area extends from the docks in the east, to Azad Maidan in the west; Victoria Terminus in the north to Kala Ghoda in the south. This area is the heart of the financial area of the city. Many British era structures are located here.

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    • Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus

      La Estación Terminal Chhatrapati Shivaji (en inglés Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, CST) es una estación de ferrocarril de la compañía Central Railways situada en Bombay, en el estado de Maharashtra, India. Este monumento, de estilo indo-sarraceno, fue declarado como Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco en 2004 y abarca un área protegida de 2'85 ha. Fue bautizada en 1887 como «Estación Victoria» (en inglés Victoria Terminus) en honor a la reina Victoria emperatriz de la India, y renombrada en 1996 como «Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus» en honor a Chhatrapati Shivaji, petición del ministro de los transportes de la época, Suresh Kalmadi. El 8 de diciembre de 2016 fue añadido el término «Maharaj» al nombre oficial de la estación tras una iniciativa del Gobierno de la India.[2]​[3]​[4]​ La estación fue proyectada por el arquitecto Fredrick Williams Stevens, con un concepto arquitectónico gótico victoriano y destinado a ser un renacimiento similar de la arquitectura gótica india (época clásica), la estación fue construida en 1887 en el área de Bori Bunder de Bombay para conmemorar el Jubileo de oro de la Reina Victoria. La nueva estación de ferrocarril se construyó en la ubicación de la antigua estación de ferrocarril de Bori Bunder[5]​ y es una de las estaciones de ferrocarril más concurridas en la India,[6]​ sirviendo como una terminal para trenes de larga distancia y trenes de cercanías del ferrocarril suburbano de Bombay.

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    • Haji Ali Dargah

      The Haji Ali Dargah is a mosque and dargah (tomb) or the monument of Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari located on an islet off the coast of Worli in the southern part of Mumbai. Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari was a kind Sufi saint with a wealthy merchant from Uzbekistan. Near the heart of the city proper, the dargah is one of the most recognisable landmarks of Mumbai.An exquisite example of Indo-Islamic Architecture, associated with legends about doomed lovers, the dargah contains the tomb of Haji Ali Shah Bukhari.

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    • Mahalaxmi dhobi ghat

      Dhobi Ghat (Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat) es una popular lavandería al aire libre de Bombay, India. Las lavadoras, conocidas localmente como Dhobis, funcionan al aire libre para lavar la ropa de los hoteles y los hospitales de la ciudad.[1]​

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    • Grutas de Elefanta

      Las Grutas de Elefanta[1]​ se ubican en la isla de Elefanta, en el puerto de Bombay, distrito de Kolaba, estado Maharashtra, India. El complejo de templos ocupa un área de 5.600 m² que consisten en una cámara principal, dos cámaras laterales, patios y santuarios secundarios. Estás grutas contienen relieves, esculturas y un templo en honor a Shivá. Se cree que las cavernas fueron construidas entre los años 810 y 1260. En el siglo XVI los portugueses dañaron gravemente las estatuas, usadas para practicar tiro al blanco. Fueron declaradas como Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco en el año 1987.

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    • Marine Drive

      Marine Drive is a 3.6-kilometre-long Boulevard in South Mumbai in the city of Mumbai, India. The road was constructed by late philanthropist Bhagojisheth Keer & Pallonji Mistry. It is a 'C'-shaped six-lane concrete road along the coast, which is a natural bay. The road links Nariman Point to Babulnath and Malabar Hill. Marine Drive is situated on reclaimed land facing west-south-west. A promenade lies parallel to this road. Marine Drive is also known as the Queen's Necklace because, if viewed at night from an elevated point anywhere along the drive, the street lights resemble a string of pearls in a necklace.

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    • Malabar Hill

      Malabar Hill, is a hillock and upmarket VIP residential neighbourhood in South Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Malabar Hill is the most exclusive residential area in Mumbai, home to several business tycoons and film personalities. Notable residents include Adi Godrej, the Birla family, Shashi Ruia & family, Pallonji Mistry, Mahesh Jethmalani, the Jindal family, the Petit family, the Thakkar family and the Lal family etc. Prominent landmarks include the Chief Minister of Maharashtra's Bungalow, Government Guest House Sahyadri, official residences of VVIP state officials and additionally the Hanging Gardens, Jain Temple & Banganga Tank.

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    • Hanging Garden

      The Hanging Gardens, in Mumbai, also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, are terraced gardens perched at the top of Malabar Hill, on its western side, just opposite the Kamala Nehru Park. They provide sunset views over the Arabian Sea and feature numerous hedges carved into the shapes of animals. The park was laid out in 1881 by Ulhas Ghapokar over Bombay's main reservoir, some say to cover the water from the potentially contaminating activity of the nearby Towers of Silence. When seen from the air, the walkway inside the park (Hanging Gardens Path), spell out the letters PMG(Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens) in cursive.

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    • Central Railway Headquarters

      Central Railway (abbreviated CR and मध्य) is one of the 18 zones of Indian Railways. Its headquarters is in Mumbai at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus. It has the distinction of operating first passenger railway line in India, which opened from Mumbai to Thane on 16 April 1853.

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    • Rajabai Clock Tower

      The Rajabai Clock Tower is a clock tower in South Mumbai India. It is located in the confines of the Fort campus of the University of Mumbai. It stands at a height of 85 m (280 ft or 25 storeys). The tower is part of The Victorian and Art Deco Ensemble of Mumbai, which was added to the list of World Heritage Sites in 2018.

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    • Chor Bazaar

      Chor Bazaar is one of the largest flea markets in India, located near Bhendi Bazaar in Kamathipura, South Mumbai,. The area is one of the tourist attractions of Mumbai. The word chor means thief in Marathi and Hindi. According to popular legend, if you lose anything in Mumbai you can buy it back from the "Chor Bazaar". The market has been mentioned in popular novels, including Rohinton Mistry's Such a Long Journey, where it is described as "not a nice place".In modern times, Chor Bazaar is said to sell mostly second-hand goods rather than stolen goods. The market is now famous for antique and vintage items. A store called Mini Market offers old Bollywood posters for sale. Others offer authentic Victorian furniture, replacement parts for automobiles, etc. Although bargains are sometimes staggering, haggling is considered mandatory. This is basically an "organized" flea market, where one has to rummage through junk to find what one wants. A popular story about the origin of the name of the market is that a violin and some other belongings of Queen Victoria went missing while being unloaded from her ship while on a visit to Bombay, and were later found for sale in the "thieves' market".

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    • Maratha Mandir

      Maratha Mandir is a cinema hall located in Maratha Mandir Marg, Mumbai, India. It opened on 16 October 1958 and has 1000 seats. The theatre created a record after screening the movie Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge for 1009 weeks since its release in 1995, on 19 February 2015. As of May 2019, the film has been running for a continuous 1230 weeks. The film still runs daily at 11:30 AM. It takes a 2-minute walk from the Mumbai Central railway station to reach the cinema hall, beside the Maratha Mandir's Babasaheb Gawde Institute of Technology. This cinema hall has a long standing reputation and is one of the most famous landmarks in Mumbai. This is the most known valued theatre for the Mumbai's Bollywood Box Office

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    • Gilbert hill

      Gilbert Hill is a 200 ft (61 m) monolith column of black basalt rock at Andheri, in Mumbai, India. The rock has a sheer vertical face and was formed when molten lava was squeezed out of the Earth's clefts during the Mesozoic Era about 66 million years ago. During that era, molten lava had spread around most of the Indian states of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, covering an area of 50,000 square kilometres (19,000 sq mi). The volcanic eruptions were also responsible for the destruction of plant and animal life during that era. According to experts, this rare geological phenomenon was the remnants of a ridge and had clusters of vertical columns in nearby Jogeshwari which were quarried off two decades ago. These vertical columns are similar to the Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming, and the Devils Postpile National Monument in eastern California, USA.Gilbert Hill was declared a National Park in 1952 by the Central Government under the Forest Act. In 2007, after years of lobbying by geologists, the hill was declared a Grade II heritage structure by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM), and all quarrying and other activities around the monument were prohibited. Over the period of time, Gilbert Hill has faced severe erosion problems too.Atop the rock column, two Hindu temples, the Gaodevi and Durgamata temples, set in a small garden, are accessed by a steep staircase carved into the rock. The hill offers a panoramic view of suburban Mumbai. Efforts are being made to convert Gilbert Hill into a tourist attraction and include it as a stop on a tour of Mumbai by Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation.

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    • MUSEOS Y CULTURA (2)

    • Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya

      Mani Bhavan es una casa localizada en la calle Laburnum # 19, en el precinto de Gamdevi, en el centro de Bombay, India. Fue considerada el punto focal de las actividades políticas de Gandhi, en Bombay, entre 1917 y 1934. Está habilitada como museo, biblioteca y centro de investigación.[1]​

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    • Jehangir Art Gallery

      Jehangir Art Gallery is an art gallery in Mumbai (India). It was founded by Sir Cowasji Jehangir at the urging of K. K. Hebbar and Homi Bhabha. It was built in 1952. Managed by the Committee of Management, the entire cost of this mansion was donated by Cowasji Jehangir. This gallery is situated at Kala Ghoda, behind the Prince of Wales Museum, in South Mumbai near the Gateway of India, and has four exhibition halls. The gallery was designed by G.M.Bhuta for G.M. Bhuta & Associates.

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