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Ratnagiri (रत्‍नागिरी) is in the Ratnagiri (district) of Maharashtra, Western India.

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16.99140773.273511 Bhagvati Bundar. An old harbour, no longer in use as such but, instead, as a good white sand beach. A good beach with black sand is Mandvi Bundar. (updated Feb 2018) Bhatyachi Khadi- Khadi. An area where river meets to sea. The village near this place is Bhatye, so known as Bhatyachi Khadi. The place is beautiful with a view of river & sea both. There is good casuarina cultivation on the sea shore. Also there is regional research centre for coconut & spices just near the casuarina plantation.  17.1464973.267112 Ganapatipule. A clean seashore and Ganpati temple, about 30 km North from Ratnagiri. This temple is reconstructed in Rajasthani stones and look.  Thibaw Palace Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak Smarak. The monument and the home of a man who set off the 'Swadeshi Movement' and spearheaded the fight against the British Raj  Mirya Bunder.  16.9975173.294193 Patit Pawan Mandir. The temple built by Swatantryaveer Savarkar for patit class of people.  16.9961773.270444 Ratnadurga Fort. A fort covered by sea on 3 sides, with a temple of Goddess Bhagwati inside.  16.983481173.31151165 Thebaw Palace. Burma King Thebaw was imprisoned in this palace, built in Pagoda style. The Government had given part of this palace for Polytechnic college. (updated Feb 2018) 17.6579473.172456 Tilak's birthplace. The great Indian freedom fighter Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak's birthplace. 

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