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Flora Fountain, Mumbai (Bombay)

Categories: Fountains, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.6/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
Admire an exquisitely carved Roman goddess atop Flora Fountain, a neo-classical and Gothic revival fountain in Hutatma Chowk Square. Inaugurated in 1869 by the Agri-Horticultural Society of Western India to honor a British colonial administrator, the fountain was sculpted in specially imported Portland stone. A shrine Surrounded by green shrubs in a circular garden, the fountain makes a popular tourist attraction and a particularly nice sight at night. Named after a daughter in law of Mumbai’s Jewish businessman, the fountain has been a landmark of the city, now surrounded by skyscrapers. Plan to visit Flora Fountain and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Navi Mumbai attractions using our Navi Mumbai itinerary maker.
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  • This place is as old as Mumbai when Mumbai was Bombay. Today this place has major roads connecting each other. Nearby area you will find many China products sold. You will also find a pirated books so...  read more »
  • It is a landmark in south Mumbai and not really a place to plan a visit and keep in your travel plan. 
  • enjoy this fountain and old British building in area as well check out Hutama choauk too Its part of history of modern Maharashtra 
  • Probably my favorite place in all of Mumbai. It is the southern end of the amazing Dadabhai Naoroji road, which is replete with Neo-classical and Gothic revival buildings. Look out for the statue of the Grand old man of India closeby as you'd find Mumbai's best book market with literally tons of books!
  • Amazing#atractive
  • Really beautiful though it no longer has a fountain...
  • A very pretty fountain in the centre of Mumbai, not much else though.
  • Iconic mumbai landmark
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