Salota Fort, Nashik, Maharashtra
Salota Fort is located in the Nashik District of Maharashtra close to the Salher fort. It was constructed to provide protection from the enemy.
(Last Updated on : 12-10-2019)
Salota Fort is located in the Baglan region of Nashik District
close to the Salher
Fort. The fort was constructed to provide protection from the enemy. No other history is known about the fort. There are three doors in a line which lead to the main part of the fort. There are two rock-cut water cisterns inside the fort.
Visiting Information to Salota Fort
and Baglan Railway Station
are the nearest to reach the fort. National highway
53 connects Nashik to other major parts of the country.
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