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Vijay Vilas Palace
     The center of attractions at Mandvi is the Vijay Vilas Palace, a Royal abode set in the middle of well-laid gardens with water channels and marble fountains. The architect and craftsmen from [[Jaipur]] designed and constructed the palace in [[1920]] AD. The palace has all the elements of [[Rajput]] architecture and draws largely on the plan of palaces of [[Orchha]] and [[Datia]]. The central high dome on the pillars, the [[Bengal]] domes on the sides, the windows with coloured glass, carved stone '[[jali]]s', domed bastions at the corners, extended porch and other exquisitely stone-carved elements, make the palace worth visiting. The Vijay Vilas Palace has its own private beach which offers air-conditioned tented accommodation. Being private with conditional access it is a must visit for all beach lovers who want to enjoy their solitude and admire its eco-friendly priestine beauty.For these reasons, this palace has been used as the setting in many [[Hindi]] films and has now become a popular tourist destination.

Vijay Vilas Palace was shown in Hindi film '''Lagaan''' as the headquarters of the United Kingdom.

The song ''''Chaand Chhupa Baadal Mein'''' from the Hindi film ''Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam''' was shot at the Vijay Vilas Palace of Mandvi.
Mandvi Beach
Mandvi has one of the most beautiful beaches in Gujarat. The beach, known as 'Kashi-Vishwanath Beach' is the most visited local attraction in Mandvi.
Wind Farms
There are a number of [[wind turbine|windmill]]s on the Mandvi beach, engaged in the generation of power from wind energy.
Rukmavati Bridge
The bridge on the Rukmavati River was built in 1883; it is the longest existing structure of its kind in India today.
Topansar Lake
Sitting in the heart of the city, this lake forms and important landmark as well as a source of water to the city.
Bandhni Bazaar
Mandvi is known for the production of its famous Bandhani tie-dye and other country crafts.
Traditional [ship building]
Mandvi is also a 400 year old ship building centre. The ships built here used to sail up to England and return back. Even today, master carpenters build fishing boats by traditional techniques.
Shyamji Krishna Verma Smarak
The ''smarak''(monument) is located near Lohana Mahajan Wadi. Shyamji Krishna Verma was a scholar and freedom fighter. He established [[India House]] in Britain to support Indian student going UK for studying, eventually . Shyamji Krishna Verma was born in Mandvi.
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