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Pune is the second largest city of Indian state Maharashtra. Here you will get the information about different tourist attractions, gardens, museums, nearby places, amusement parks, recreational places available in Pune.

Saras Baug Ganpati Temple Pune Timings, Reviews, Information 4.48/5 (21)

Saras Baug Images
Saras Baug Images

Saras Baug is one of the most popular tourist attraction of Pune. This is the place which mostly liked by families to spend some quality time. Pune is the metropolitan city and 2nd largest city of the state Maharashtra. Pune has the historical importance also as it was the capital of Maratha Kingdom. Nowadays this historic Peshwai city is well known as an Education Hub and IT Hub of India.

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Purandar Fort History, Timings, Entry Fees, Images, Trek, How To Reach, Best Time To Visit Information 4.36/5 (22)

Purandar Fort
Purandar Fort

Purandar Fort is present in Saswad village, 50 km away from Pune, Maharashtra. This is the fortress where the Chhatrapati Sambaji Raje Bhosle was born. Sambaji was the son of Chhatrapati Shivaji. Shivaji had the first win by capturing this fortress. Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb captured this fortress in 1665. But it was under his control for only five years.
After 5 years Shivaji redeemed and waved the Maratha flag on the fortress of Purandar. A tunnel in the fort Whose path leads out of the Fort. Shivaji used this tunnel to go outside during the war.

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Sinhagad Fort Pune – History, Timings, Weather, Trek, Distance, Images, Reviews, Map Information 4.46/5 (26)

Sinhagad Fort Pune Images
Sinhagad Fort Pune Images

Sinhagad Fort Pune is an ancient fort is located 30 kilometers away from the metropolitan Pune city of India. Earlier this fort was named Kondhana Fort. This is among some of well-known Maratha forts. It is also a very popular trekking destination for trekkers.

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Shaniwar Wada Pune Reviews, History, Timings, Entry Fees Information 4.45/5 (22)

Shaniwar Wada
Shaniwar Wada

Today I am going to discuss the historical monument which is the picture identity of Pune. That place is an Iconic Shaniwar Wada. Shaniwar Wada has the historical significance in the Indian politics. “Shaniwar” means Saturday and “Wada” means residential palace. This is one of the most visited historical tourist places in Pune city. Many people think that this is a fort, but in reality, it is a royal palace. Geographically it is located in the heart of the Pune city. Pune is a popular educational hub in India and the 2nd largest city of Maharashtra state.

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