Andaman and Nicobar Islands have attractive monuments, which reflect the struggle, art and existence in the British invasion. The chief monuments of Andaman and Nicobar are Chatham Saw Mill, Cellular Jail and Viper Chain Gang Jail.
Different Monuments of Andaman and Nicobar
The monuments of this island are dotted throughout its individual places like Port Blair, Ross Island and Viper Island. Following are the famous monuments of this island:
Cellular Jail: The Cellular Jail, especially recognized as the 'Kala Pani', whose structure was started in 1896 and was completed in 1906. It has seven wings and in the centre there is a tower. This tower was used by the guards to maintain a watch on the prisoners. There is also a bell on the tower which worked as an alarm.
Viper Chain Gang Jail: The Viper Chain Gang Jail is situated in the small Viper Island in the district of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The Viper Chain Gang Jail at Andaman and Nicobar Islands bears evidence of the suffering of the freedom fighters during the Indian war for independence. The Viper Chain Gang Jail in Andaman and Nicobar Islands was founded by the British.
Limestone Caves: Limestone Caves are the famous monuments of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It loaded with natural wonder.
Anthropological Museum: Situated at Phoenix Bay, it exhibits the life of the Paleolithic Islanders while Aquarium or Fisheries Museum shows species of marine life unusual to the islands. Zoological Survey of India Museum exhibit a good range of sponges, corals, butterflies and centipedes while Forest Museum at Haddo offers an nearby into forest activities through scale models and displays pretty wood pieces made up of Padauk, Marble, Peauma, Gurjan and Satin Wood.
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