Can you identify these Mumbai heritage icons?
Clue: Named after a Roman goddess, it stands at an axis between St Thomas Cathedral and Churchgate station
Clue: This quaint burrough lies nestled in the middle of buzzing Girgaon and is home to Portuguese-styled villas
Clue: The last of the British troops left India through its corridors
Clue: One side of this building faces the city’s police headquarters
Clue: Built in Gothic style, statues of Justice and Mercy are atop its building
Clue: This building was earlier named after the Prince of Wales
Clue: It’s home to Mumbai’s most famous tower, and no, not the residential kinds!
Clue: The dome of this building closely resembles Bijapur’s Gol Gumbaz
Clue: Statues of a seated lion and a tiger guard the main entrance to the structure’s offices
Clue: It’s designed by the same person who had designed the CST (Victoria Teminus) before he began work on it
Pics/ Atul Kamble, Bipin Kokate, Rane Ashish, Satyajit Desai, Shadab Khan & Sameer Markande