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Bombay ( Mumbai), Kalbadevie Road, c. 1890,

Scanned from A Photographic Trip Around the World, John W. Illiff & Co., Chicago, 1892. Copyright expired.

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KALBADEVIE ROAD, BOMBAY, INDIA. -- The city of Bombay, under English rule, with a population of nearly a million inhabitants, is one of the most flourishing cities in India, on account of its nearness to the Suez Canal. The approach from the sea discloses one of the finest panoramas in the world, the only European analogy being the Bay of Naples. The town itself consists of well-built and usually handsome native bazaars, and of spacious streets devoted to European commerce, of which the above is one of the principal avenues.

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