Malegaon Fort is land fort situated in the bustling Malegaon town. It is found 104 km from Nashik, in Nashik region, of Maharashtra. This stronghold is on the north bank of Mausam waterway which is a tributary of Girna stream. The fortification is situated amidst Malegaon town. Malegaon town is situated on the Mumbai-Agra National thruway NH-3. The post is likewise called as Raje Bahadur Wada. It is near the Ramsetu connect. The stronghold is available to people in general between 10 am - 5 pm.
At present, there is a Marathi secondary school in the premises of the fortification. The fort is in great condition. The tallness of the internal divider is 60 feet. The post has elevated passageway entryways. The thickness of the dividers is around 6 feet. There are two guns at the passageway entryway. There is a hexagonal well inside the fortress. It takes around a hour to see the fortress. The post is Built in 1740 by Naro Shankar Raje bahadur, the general of the Peshwa and took almost 25 years to finish.
Numerous specialists were conveyed from Surat to help in the fulfillment of the stronghold; huge numbers of whom remained behind once the fortification was finished. At present, there is a Marathi secondary school situated on its premises too. Notwithstanding such a significant number of years since its development, the fortress is still in amazing condition. The internal divider is about 60 feet high and it has truly hang entryways. It takes about one hour to see the whole fortress.