Town Hall (Asiatic Society Library), Mumbai

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  • The actual library that can be visited is quite small and there were very few books in the cabinets. The books were quite outdated (there was a book on Yahoo!). There were a few older Indian men in th...  more »
  • This iconic Town Hall is a must visit place for all the visitors. Presently the spectacular steps of the Town Hall is under repairs. Its treasures of books and periodicals , ancient manuscripts, paint...  more »
  • Excellent building in the heritage precinct of Bombay - has a decent collection of books and is well maintained.  more »
  • This place is a nice one site for Bollywood.but maintenance is poor really. I don't know y it happens in India for such important places
  • Many movies being shoot here . Seems a perfect European location.
  • Nice place to read and study, but needs lot of maintenance work to be done, hope government takes a look in to it.
  • The palace is good but not well maintained so it's a good Palace to visit
  • Probably the best Library in India due to its amazing history and collection of the best books. P.s Dante's Divine Comedy is here

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