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Mahatma Gandhi Statue, Puducherry
India

The Statue of Mahatma Gandhi on Promenade Beach is an important tourist landmark in Puducherry. Behind Goubert Avenue (beach road) one can also see the 173 year old abandoned lighthouse and the Nehru Statue in the distance.

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