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Yes, just last week I went out of my way to take the 40 min walk to see the infamous Flora Fountain only to find that it was completely covered up for refurbishment - alas the Mumbai tourist board failed to mention this.
The fountain is known as Land of plenty with continuous water flowing. The Flora Fountain was erected at the exact place where the Church gate stood before its demolition and subsequently built at present site. Sculpted in portland stone by James Forsythe. Named after a...More
It is quite old fountain. This is quite a fame. Its attraction attracts anyone, but there is a lack of it that only a small number of people can see it because there is a lot of traffic here. Try it, maybe you get to...More
Famous landmark in Fort area. You get to experience the pulse of Mumbai if you just stand at this junction during office time.
You can't get into the fenced enclosure but walk around it.
View in the nighttime is better as its all lit up...More
The Flora Fountain and Hutatma Chowk are two of the many famous landmarks of Mumbai.
They are virtually impossible to admire during the day except in passing due to the heavy traffic and continuous parade of office goers, hawkers, and general public.
The best time...More
Sunday 4th March and we were out and about exploring in Mumbai and we visited this Fountain.
We had been here before but due to the amount of traffic it was not possible or safe to get up close to the Fountain.
It is a good place to visit in CST or Nariman point.
It is popular and best place for providing drinking water to individuals.
You can discover many books which you want near by it. All helpful books from Novels to textbooks to reference books....More
Located at Hutatma Chowk on the historic Dada Bhai Naoroji road, this beautifully sculpted structure is a famous landmark of Mumbai.It depicts the Roman goddess Flora and is in the form of a fountain.
The fountain has now been restored and is a tourist attraction.
This ‘Queen’s Necklace’ is a beautiful drive along the coast of South Mumbai stretching from Nariman Point in the south to Malabar Hill in the north. The sea-facing promenade offers a favourite break time for Mumbai locals – college students, families, couples, tea & coffee vendors, foot and head massagers and photographers often flock to gossip or just gaze at the skyline. The views during the monsoons (June till
September) are particularly breathtaking. Studded with Chowpatty Beach for its lip-smacking street food, Bachelor’s for its unique ice creams and India’s oldest aquarium, at night the streetlights along this drive enhance the dramatic arch of the bay.