Mumbai's iconic Gateway of India!

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Built-in the 20th century to commemorate the landing of King George V and Queen Mary in 1911, Gateway of India is an iconic arch monument. The Gateway was designed by Scottish architect George Willet in 1914. The gateway is symbolic of the power and majesty of the British Empire. The Gateway is located opposite the Hotel Taj Mahal. George Willet designed the monument with the combination of Hindu and Muslim architectural styles. The arch is an Islamic style of structure commonly seen in the Mughal architecture. The decorations on the monument are Hindu style. Yellow Basalt rock and reinforced concrete were used for construction. Close to 2000 to 5000 people visit the Gateway every day. It is a popular hangout spot for millennials and also for the tourists. You can also get your pictures clicked as memorabilia.

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