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Moti Daman Fort FortHeight : 0
Type : Coastal Forts Fort Range : Nil
District : Daman Grade : Easy
      This fort is located on the Southern bank of Damanganga river. Moti Daman as the name suggests is the bigger fort when compared to Nani Daman. Portuguese built this fort in the 16th century and in 1961 it came under the province of Independent India. The other fort Nani Daman is on the Northern bank of the river.
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Moti Daman Fort
Fascinating Spots :

      This fort and its parts the fortification wall, its bastions and the trench are still in good condition. As of today, its premises are occupied by the offices of the State Government. There is also a light house in the fort. We can find 10 Pentagonal bastions built in Portuguese style and also capsule bastions on the fortification wall which are a typical feature of the Portuguese. There are two entrance to the fort, north and south with scriptures and coat of arms engraved on the doors. The church of Bom Jesus has been built in the fort which has beautiful carvings on wood. The bridge across the Damanganga river can be accessed to reach Nani Daman fort.
Ways To Reach :
      Daman is 12 kms from Vapi and can be accessed easily through multiple means of transport.
Accommodation Facility :
      Nil
Food Facility :
      Nil
Drinking Water Facility :
      Nil
Best Season To Visit :
      July to March
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Forts starting with: M
 Machnur  Madangad  Madh Fort (Varsova Fort)  Mahadevgad
 Mahim Fort  Mahim Fort ( Kelve - Mahim)  Mahimangad  Mahimatgad
 Mahipalgad  Mahipatgad  Mahuli  Malanggad
 Malegaon Fort  Malhargad  Mandangad  Mangad
 Mangalgad  Mangalwedha  Mangi-Tungi  Manikdurg
 Manikpunj  Markandeya  Mirgad(Songir)  Mohandar(Shidaka)
 Mohangad  Moragad  Mordhan  Morgiri
 Moti Daman Fort  Mrugagad  Mudagad  Mulher