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- Blackbuck National Park
Located near Vallabhipur in District Bhavnagar of Gujarat, the open grassland of Bhal region was declared as Blackbuck National Park in July 1976. Covering an area of 34.52 sq. km, the park is a popular wildlife destination and is mainly known as the abode of endangered blackbucks. It is also home to other animals like wolf, nilgai, jackal, jungle cat and fox.
- Bhavnagar Lock Gate
The city of Bhavnagar is strategically located from major tourist attractions around the place and has been the proud home to several notable writers, poets, reformists, socialists, educationists and freedom fighters. It houses the Piram bet and Velavadar Black Buck National Park, two natural heritage sites. With numerous hotspots in its kitty, the city has a past equally prominent as its present.
- Mangalsinhji Mahal Palace
A marvellous depiction of traditional Kathiawari architectural principles, the Mangalsinhji Mahal Palace of Bhavnagar is a significant landmark in the city centre that narrates the life and culture of the royal family of Maharajkumar Mangalsinhji Takhatsinhji. At the same time, the palace represents the brilliant craftsmanship of the ancient rulers of Bhavnagar.
Nilambag, this Ex Royal palace is at present known as a royal heritage hotel. The hotel reflects the magnificence of ........