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About Shaniwar Wada

Built in 1746, Shaniwar Wada was a royal palace of the Peshwa monarchs of the Maratha Empire until British occupation in 1818. A mysterious fire caused major damage to the fort in 1828 but the surviving structures and ruins are now one of Pune’s major tourist spots.

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Shaniwar Wada is 0.2km from the centre of Pune , the nearest airport 10km (Pune Airport).
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