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Thiba Palace :

One of the major attractions of Ratnagiri city situated on a small hillock. There is also a best sunset point from here.

The Thebaw Palace was the home of the exiled king and queen of erstwhile Burma for nearly five years. Some of the selective stone tombs and belongings are still preserved in the palace.

Jaigad Fort :

Jaigad Fort is located at the tip of a peninsula in the district of Ratnagiri.

It overlooks the bay formed at the place where the Shastri River meets the Arabian Sea.

This fort is about 35 km from the region of ganpatipule and has a lighthouse nearby which is known as the Jaigad Lighthouse. Though the fort is in ruins, the exterior walls are an attraction because of the bulwarks.

On the eastern and northern part of the fort, there is a deep pit or a ‘khandak’ and its door is on the right side of the bastion.

In the premises of this fort, there are three wells, two wells about 70 feet deep and a third well about 100 feet deep.

Jaigad Lighthouse :

The lighthouse of Jaigad was built in the year 1832 and is situated on the western edge of Jaigad Fort.

The Jaigad lighthouse was built by British army officer John Oswald and is around 180 years old.

The lighthouse is open until 5 pm, except Sundays. It guides ships sailing in between the regions of Dabhol and Ratnagiri.