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Mumbai—the second most populous city in the Republic of India that serves as a financial and commercial centre—is known for its urban spectacle of Gothic Revival architecture, dating back to the period of British rule in the 18th century. Its skyline features a range of contemporary skyscrapers that are home to financial institutions, technology companies and the Bollywood entertainment industry. In the densely developed metropolis, several of Mumbai’s last remaining natural ecosystems are located within an area called Malabar Hill.

Geographically, this hillock rises around 50 metres above sea level upon a forked peninsula, bordered ...

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