Here at Que, we like to spend our time off searching for things around Mumbai that we haven’t laid eyes on yet. If you’re anything like us, the beautiful architecture of some of the city’s older buildings are a sight for sore eyes. And it only gets better when these monuments from the past are maintained properly and still have stunning interiors. These are Mumbai’s most beautiful building interiors.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
It’s a shame that so many people pass through this gorgeous station without pausing to look around at the stunning architecture on display.
Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum
Situated in Byculla East, this is the oldest museum in Mumbai and definitely one worth visiting.
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Holy Name Cathedral
The high-vaulted ceiling covered in frescoes is the highlight of this beautiful cathedral. It is also home to a few very precious gifts from various Popes over the years.
Magen David Synagogue
The Jewish community in Mumbai may no longer be thriving, but they certainly do take care of their heritage with loving attention to detail.
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Municipal Corporation Building
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Being in government may seem like a very dull job, but if you had to go to an office that looked anything like this you’d probably be happy to check in every day.
Babu Amichand Panalal Adishwarji Jain Temple
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The temple was built in 1904, but everything on the inside is still in pristine condition.
Mount Mary Church
Many visitors to the church find it to be a haven of peace and solitude far from the maddening traffic of Bandra.
Global Vipasana Pagoda
The traditional Burmese design is a tribute to Myanmar, where the practice of Vipassana was preserved until it was imported back to India, thanks to the efforts of Sayagyi U Ba Khin, a Vipassana teacher and the first Accountant-General of independent Burma.
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