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|Worli, Mumbai, India|
|Owner||Government of India|
|Controlled by||British Raj (1675-1947)|
The Worli Fort is a fort built by the British in Worli, Mumbai, India. The fort, often mistakenly referred to as being built by the Portuguese, was actually built by the British around 1675. The fort, built on the Worli hill, overlooked the Mahim Bay at a time the city was made up of just seven islands. It was used as a lookout for enemy ships and pirates.
- Murray, John (1859). A handbook for India. Part ii. Bombay. Original from Oxford University. p. 272.