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Ahmaganj Siddi Palace Murud

Historic and Tall Interesting but closed We saw the palace from near its gate Two tall pillars... read more

Reviewed 10 December 2017
Uday S
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This palace in Murud Alibaug is very old and now the palace is in bad condition. The place is not... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
RagsD123
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Reviewed 10 December 2017 via mobile

Historic and Tall Interesting but closed We saw the palace from near its gate Two tall pillars show a very different architecture indeed From the lock hole a glimpse of the multi stories place shows a grand look We saw some hens running inside plus...More

Thank Uday S
Reviewed 30 April 2017

This palace in Murud Alibaug is very old and now the palace is in bad condition. The place is not maintained well for the tourists to come and see the place. The palace belongs to the Nawabs.

Thank RagsD123
Reviewed 23 April 2017

Our guide said this palace belongs to the Nawab. The palace is in good condition but the maintenance is not well here. The palace is midway to Murud fort from Alibag. One can stop for a while and have a glimpse of it.

2  Thank JigDave
Reviewed 28 March 2016 via mobile

The palace once was open to the general public but was vandalised by them. The owners have since shut the main gate and is currently out of bounds.it's nicely perched on a hill top with great views of murud beach and kasa fort.

Thank Narendra J
Reviewed 27 March 2016

Quiet large area and good historical architecture. However not maintained in good shape. Successors of Emperor occupy the property and entry is restricted. Nothing great, unless you really love history and architecture.

Thank chhand_bhatakanti
Reviewed 21 March 2016

During our visit of Murud Janjira, guide over there told about the descendant of Sidi Badshah staying in palace which is on Murud-Revdanda road. He also told many movies were shot there. It makes us inquisitive. On asking name of the movies, he told 'Virana',...More

9  Thank Shah_Ankit26
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