Mangal Pandey Park
Barrackpur Cantonment, beside Surrendarnath College, Cantonment, Barrackpore, West Bengal 700120, India
About Mangal Pandey Park
This park is made in memorial of Mangal Pandey in the banks of river Ganga in Barrackpore. There is a huge statue of him in the park. this is a very good place to spend the leisure time without any noise or any other disturbs.
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