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Restoration

BAZAR GATE
POLICE STATION

The DCP Zone-1 office, popularly known as Bazaar Gate police station, has joined the club of heritage structures in the city that are illuminated at sunset to underscore their architectural significance. The structure was built in 1881 after the demolition of the Fort walls in the 1860s by the Rampart Removal Committee and is placed where the old bazaar gate, one of the three gates of the fortified city, would have been situated. The building is a fine example of the Gothic Revival style.


Restoration was executed by Architect Vikas Dilawari.

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