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Pusati Buruj

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sam_mohite wrote a review Nov. 2020
Vadodara, India454 contributions51 helpful votes
The hidden wonder of Panhala fort. One must walk for about 1/2 kms . Road is tarred but Vehicles are not allowed. In the evening there are no street lights. This is one of the best maintained structures on the fort. It seems to be observation post which gives a 270 Deg view of the valley below. A ideal place for viewing sunset. Enroute to this point you will come across mile stone informing about the start of epic journey of Ch Shivaji Maharaj to Vishal gadh Fort. Time spent - 30 mins. No guide is available.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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priteshkulkarni wrote a review Jul. 2018
Pune, India4,596 contributions1,202 helpful votes
This place is known as Pisati Buruj and it is at the end of Westside. Buruj is intact and in much better condition. It offers you a good valley view. the path towards Buruj goes through the forest area and good way for a walk. Cars are not allowed till Buruj.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Pratik S wrote a review Jun. 2018
44 contributions10 helpful votes
Initially one may get feel that the place is of a great historic importance, which it is. But not sure of it's archaeological value.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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wilfred_dsa wrote a review Oct. 2017
Vasco da Gama, India34 contributions5 helpful votes
Indeed spell bound by the view. Had to walk for over a kilometre on a tarmac road to get to the place. Had to pass the space research centre and BSNL exchange en route. A must go if you go to Panhala. The view atop the watch tower is phenomenal, it gives you a 270 degree view of the west, the north and the east of the fort. One can see the mountain ranges and passes in between, as well as the science city and farmlands on the opposite. View radius is about 20km on a clear day.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Payal G wrote a review Aug. 2017
Mumbai, India1,095 contributions360 helpful votes
Excellent viewing point on the top of the hill. The whole expanse of Kolhapur can be seen from here. It's generally very windy. Note: it requires quite a walk and there are no lights on the way through a dirt track.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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