Sion Fort

The Sion Hillock Fort is a fort in , . It was built under the regime of the English East India Company, between 1669 and 1677, atop a conical hillock when Gerard Aungier was the Governor of Bombay.

Landmarks in the Area

College
The K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering was established in 1983 at Somaiya Vidyavihar, and affiliated with the University of Mumbai. is situated 350 meters east of Sion Fort.

Railway station
Sion is a railway station on the Central line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network, located in the neighborhood of Sion. is situated 450 meters west of Sion Fort. Photo: Trinidade, CC BY-SA 3.0.

College
SIES College of Arts, Science, and Commerce is a -based college located in Sion. is situated 1 km southwest of Sion Fort.

Tourist attraction
The Riwa Fort, locally known as Kala Qilla or Black Fort, is a fort in central , on the banks of the Mithi River. is situated 1 km northwest of Sion Fort.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
Wadala is a locality in . Wadala Road is a station on the Harbour Line of railway network. is situated 2½ km south of Sion Fort. Photo: Shravan.Iyer, Public domain.

Suburb
Antop Hill is a small hill in running north–south to the eastern side of the Harbour Railway line between & Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar Stations. is situated 2½ km south of Sion Fort. Photo: Tom Pratt, CC BY 2.0.

Locality
Hindu Colony is an old locality situated in the Dadar area of , India. is situated 3½ km southwest of Sion Fort.

Neighborhood
Tilak Nagar is a residential colony in the suburban . is situated 4 km northeast of Sion Fort.

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