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Ahmednagar Fort, was the centre of the British cantonment used by artillery and infantry units, primarily between 1849 and 1921. The Fort is in the centre of the cantonment, 2.5 miles N E of the railway station. Close to it are Christ Church and a RC Church. The European Barracks are 1 mile S E of it.

Presidency: Bombay
Coordinates: 19.095003N 74.756679E

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