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When it comes to historical monuments in Ahmedabad, Bhadra fort deserves special mention. Constructed back in 1411 A.D. during Maratha rule, the fort consists of a magnificent palace displaying beautifully embellished arches and balconies surrounded by lush green gardens. The key attractions on the premises are Teen Darwaza which lies on the eastern side of the fort, and the Bhadrakali Temple, which was built in dedication to the Hindu goddess Bhadra. In addition, the fort serves as the venue for flag hoisting ceremonies during important national holidays. 
Surrounded by pleasant greens all around, it houses the much revered Bhadrakali Temple and a palace, complete with balconies that are embellished with intricate designs and more. Read full review
The solid fortified citadel, Bhadra, built of deep red stone in 1411 as Ahmedabad’s first Muslim structure, is relatively plain in comparison to the city’s later mosques. Read full review
Bhadra fort is beautiful monument that is famous for its intricate carvings, pattern works and beautiful frescos suits. In the present scenario, fort is regarded as the center of several governmental activities and even houses important offices like ASI, post office, etc. Read full review
One of the main attractions of the fort that draws hordes of visitors is the Teen Darwaza or the Maidan Shahi. The fort is one of the most lively places around the city.Read full review
Built immediately after the founding of Ahmedabad in 1411, Bhadra Fort now houses government offices and a Kali temple. From the roof you can see the formidable structure and views of surrounding streets. Read full review

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