well this is an amazing place only if you visit for a non legal purpose. full of lawyers crowd the auro of the place is just enjoyable.
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Heritage building, architecture of an era gone bye. A symbol of Bombay now Mumbai. Maintained well. worth a visit.
Honestly only pass by this building but have to stop to see it closer to know it is a high court. A lot of people were in and out at all time.
The place is located at church gate and is being well maintained with the old British style architecture. This is the main high count in Mumbai and unless you are an authorized person you wouldn't be able to go inside because of tight security. however,...More
The place is old, though doesn't look so from outside. From inside, it needs maintenance. Surrounded by Police most of the time.
Nice architecture and well-manicured grounds. Fence surrounding. A few hawkers in the area. We placated one of the hawkers and bought a magnet (we wanted) somewhat to the dismay of our guide.
Part of a City tour. Marvellous reminder of olden eras. Set in tranquil gardens near to Mumbai university which is built in a similar style.
Being an advocate, I never miss to peep in to the monumental place, full of brimming beehive activity. It has all hues and cries starting from accused to criminals, police to criminals, clients to students, hawkers to onlookers; besides Judges and staff.
worth a detour. all along that stretch of road and around the area is full of beautiful building and interesting churches
This is one of the most impressive buildings in Mumbai and says a lot about the colonial legal foundations in the history of India.