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Birla Ganesh Mandir

Birla Temple, Salav is situated about 20 km away from Alibag. On the way to Janjira, take the right fork to reach the Vikram Ispat industry. Going a bit ahead will lead one to the temple.

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Colaba Fort

Kolaba (or Kulaba) fort (Not to be confused with Colaba in Mumbai) is situated in the sea at a distance of 1–2 km from the Alibag shores. During low tide one can walk to the fort.

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Kankeshwar Temple

Kanakeshwar temple is situated on a hill near Mapgaon village, about 12 km away from Alibag and falls on the way to Mandawa.

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Korlaigad and Light House

The Korlai Fort lighthouse was commissioned soon after India gained independence. The lighthouse tower was built in 1955 and the small island once more began being used – this time for peaceful purposes, by helping ships navigate!

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Murud-Janjira Fort

Janjira is a fort situated not very far from Alibag. It was built by Siddi traders. Shivaji Maharaj failed to capture the fort from the Siddis. One can find fresh water pounds inside the fort even today.

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Sculpture Museum, Sasawne village

18 kms from Alibag on the Alibag-Rewas Road, 150 works of art of the famous sculptor Late Mr. Nanasaheb Karmarkar are displayed in his own bunglow. The exhibition is open the whole day, all days of a week. Art lover or not this place is a must visit. Mr. Vinayak. P. Karmarkar, born on 2nd October 1891, was among the most renowned sculptures of all times.

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