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The forgotten clock tower of Russell market -An exclusive Walk

February 18, 2017

The forgotten clock tower of Russell market.
An exclusive Walk by Bengaluru by Foot

Another exclusive walk in Shivajinagar which takes us to the sights and sounds around the iconic Russell market.

Everyone knows that Russell market was completed in 1927 by the British, but what not many know is the fact that there once stood an earlier market on the same spot called as the “New market”. This had a central clock tower which was reused in the Russell market super structure. Was it a con job to grab government funds for a job not done or was it the fact that the tower was an architectural masterpiece which the builders didn’t want to demolish. Join to unravel the truth behind this with some old photos and maps in between tasting dates from all across the globe.

You also get to meet some wrestlers & pay respects at a church, a temple and the tomb of a Sufi saint on this walk.

Also included are a visit to an iconic bakery and a South Indian restaurant in this area.

Note:
1.Cost of this walk is INR 600/- with 25% off for senior citizens above 60 years & children between 9-16 years.
2. A minimum of 4 people are required [who have made payment in advance] to conduct a walk. The organizers reserve the right to cancel the walk if there are less than 4 walkers.
3. Advance payment is taken for all the walks and tours conducted by Bengaluru By Foot
4. Once you buy the tickets, You will be intimated about the starting point of the walk.
5. In case you buy the ticket but are unable to attend the walk, The organizers can accommodate you on a similar walk over the next three months.
6. In case Bbengaluru by foot is unable to conduct this walk, the entire amount paid in advance by the walkers will be refuded.

Tickets available online: http://bit.ly/2cJbJ3e

Sunday | 19th February 2017 | 7:30 AM – 10:30 AM

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