(Last Updated on : 22-11-2019)
Pithoragarh Fort is located in Pithoragarh
. It was built during Chand period by regional ruler Peeru Alias Prithwi Gusain. According to some historians, the Gorkhas constructed the fort in the year 1789 after invading the town. The fort
, right now in dilapidated condition, is situated on a hill at the outskirts of Pithoragarh town.
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