Old Musalman Bridge

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The Old Musalman Bridge in Nagothane, Maharashtra, India is the chief object of interest in the town of Nagothane. When you are thinking of visiting Nagothane, have the Old Musalman Bridge on your bucket list. This old bridge is 480 feet long and 19 feet high with a breadth of 9 feet and nine inches. Built in the year 1580 by Kaji Ala-ud-din of Ceul this place is remembered for the alliance of the Musalman kings against the Portuguese. The Bridge, though is very old, is presently in good condition and is used by foot travelers, bullock carts and occasional automobiles. While you are here you can also visit the nearby places like the Birla Temple and the Bhira Dam which will add to your lists of historical places.

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  • 95% of people who visit Nagothane include Old Musalman Bridge in their plan

  • 31.25% of people start their Old Musalman Bridge visit around 5 PM - 6 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Old Musalman Bridge

Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Old Musalman Bridge

People normally club together Sinhagad Fort and Korlai Fort while planning their visit to Old Musalman Bridge.

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