Rajabhai Tower

Rajabhai Tower is a clock tower located within the campus of Mumbai University next to the High Court. It was designed by an English architect, Sir Gilbert Scott, and was based on the tower in London housing the Big Ben. The tower which is 280 ft high took around 9 yrs to get constructed. Based on Gothic and Venetian styles of architecture, this tower is built of Kurla stone, a locally available buff colored stone. The library of the university is housed within this tower. A major attraction of the tower is the beautiful stained glass windows, some of the finest in Asia. The majestic clock tower is definitely worth a visit.

Location: Fort Campus, South Mumbai

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