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Mumbai G.P.O, Mumbai (Bombay)

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  • The first “Post Shoppe” of Maharashtra Circle was inaugurated at Mumbai General Post Office on 05th February, 2016 by Shri A.K. Dash, Chief Postmaster General, Maharashtra Circle. Apart from various s...  more »
  • The building is truly amazing. The set up inside and the history is all very good but the building is a grand old Post office. The circular counter inside is amazing. Family were telling us that those...  more »
  • The GPO is the main post office of Mumbai located behind CST (VT) station. It is a big historical building built during the British Raj. It has great architecture. One can do all the normal activities...  more »
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  • This place is postal services offering building. The bulding itself is very beautiful. The building is built in Gothic style. This place is most of the time crowded. Its just beside the CST hence accessible.
  • The General Post Office, Mumbai, is the central post office of the city of Mumbai,India. The post-office handles most of the city's inbound and outbound mail and parcels. Situated in the vicinity of Victoria Terminus, this outstanding structure is a paradigm ofIndo-Saracenic architecture. The general post office is modelled on the Gol Gumbaz in Bijapur, Karnataka. It was designed by British architect John Begg, a consultant architect to the British government. Begg designed the structure in 1902, and construction began on 1 September 1904. It was completed on 13 March 1913 at a cost of ₨ 1,809,000. Black basalt, with a dressing of yellow Kurla stone and white stones from Dhrangdra are the predominant materials used.[1] The building has an area of 120,000 square feet (11,000 m²) and replaced the currentCentral Telegraph Office at Flora Fountain as the new GPO. The chief feature of the architecture of this building is an ethereal central hall which rises up to the great dome
  • Most important post of office of Mumbai. The building structure is also old.
  • It have a deep connection with Indian History oldest Indian Post Office, Head of Indian post, heritage building
  • One of the finest building in mumbai, more then 100 Years old.