(Last Updated on : 13-11-2019)
is a fort located in the Ratnagiri district
. This fort is located north of the Jaigad Fort
on the northern bank of Shastri River creek.
Structure of Vijaygad Fort
Vijaygad Fort is a small fort about an acre in area. It is surrounded by a ditch on the three sides. In 1862 the walls were found to be in ruins and had only one gun. There is one entrance gate in the fort with some fortification.
Visiting Information of Vijaygad Fort
Vijaygad Fort is close to village
Tavsal. A wide motorable road leads to the entrance gate of the fort. It takes about 10 minutes to have a walk around the fort.
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