1. Shaniwar Wada

In the Indian city of Pune, there is a historical fortification called Shaniwar Wada. Built in 1732, it served as the primary home of the Maratha Empire's Peshwas until 1818.

2. Aga Khan Palace

In the Indian city of Pune, Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III constructed the Aga Khan Palace.

3. Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park

The Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park, also referred to as the Katraj Zoo or the Rajiv Gandhi Zoo, is situated in the Katraj district in the Pune district of Maharashtra State, India.

4. Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum

In Pune, Maharashtra, India, there is a museum celebrating Raja Dinkar Kelkar. To honour the memory of his only son, Raja, it holds Dr. Dinkar G. Kelkar's collection.

5. Halwai Ganpati Mandir

The Hindu deity Ganesh is worshipped in the Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati temple, which is located in Pune. Over a hundred thousand pilgrims visit the temple yearly.

6. Mahadji Shinde Chhatri

A memorial to the 18th-century Maratha military leader Mahadji Shinde, who led the Maratha army under the Peshwas from 1760 to 1780, can be seen in Pune, India's Wanawadi area.

7. Parvati Hill

A hill in Pune, India is known as Parvati Hill. Over 2,100 feet above sea level, the hillock rises. One of Pune's most beautiful destinations, the Parvati Temple, is perched atop the hill.

8. Shree Omkareshwar Temple

Omkareshwar The famous Hindu temple known as Jyotirlinga, a Shiva shrine on the island of Omkar in the middle of the Narmada, is the focus of fervent dedication.

9. Lohagad Fort

One of the several hill forts in the Indian state of Maharashtra is Lohagad Fort. 52 km northwest of Pune, adjacent to the hill town.

10. Katraj Jain Temple

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