About Diu Fort
Stronghold Diu, situated on the Western bank of Indian was worked by Portuguese amid their pioneer run and is presently under the organization of Indian government. The stronghold cum - manor, is known as 'Praça de Diu' in Portuguese, is arranged on the southern tip of Gujarat and is at the mouth of the Gulf of Khambhat. The Fort of Diu is a titanic structure that possesses a conspicuous place on the visitor's rundown. The captivating post summons a sublime perspective of the ocean, and a breakwater built on the northwestern drift is still under utilize and was once used to exchange with Cambay, Broach and Surat in Gujarat. The beacon that one can climb prompts the most noteworthy point on the island and gives a marvelous perspective of the encompassing. Cannonballs litter the whole place, and the parapet has a fabulous exhibit of guns. It was worked in the year 1535 after the collusion between Bahadur Shah, the Sultan of Gujarat and the Portuguese when Humayun, the Mughal Emperor battled to attach the domain.