Which UNESCO World Heritage Site was designed by Frederick William Stevens in
The UNESCO World Heritage Site Victoria Terminus was designed by Frederick William Stevens in 1887.
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (previously Victoria Terminus) is a railway station in Mumbai, India, on the Arabian Sea’s western coast. F. W. Stevens created this structure, which is stretched out over 2.85 hectares. The terminal was constructed during a ten-year period beginning in 1878.
It was erected to replace Bori Bunder, the Great Indian Peninsula Railway’s terminal from 1853 to 1888, and was called Victoria Terminus to honour Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee.
Question 1) Which of these terms would you not associate with the Indian parliament?
Answer: Answer Hour
Question 2) Vidhana soudha is the seat of the state legislature of which state in southern India?
Question 3) Who recently became the 3rd Indian to win ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year award?
Answer: Rohit Sharma
Question 4) Which UNESCO World Heritage Site was designed by Frederick William Stevens in 1887?
Answer: Victoria Terminus
Question 5) Who became the most-nominated living director with 9 Oscar nominatons?
Answer: Martin Scorsese