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Sabarmati river front is one of the most recent and amazing places worth visiting in Ahmedabad
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It is a stretch of artificially reclaimed land, built on both sides of the river, now coveted into a jogging track, gardens, amusement parks, etc.
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Sabarmati Riverfront is a waterfront being developed along the banks of Sabarmati river in Ahmedabad
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Timeline: Proposed in 1960, construction started in 2005 and started opening up to public in phases from year 2012
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Two-level promenade situated on both sides of the river where lower level serves pedestrians/cyclists, while the upper level hosts various events
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Official website: http://www.sabarmatiriverfront.com/
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Length: 11.25 kms, Area: 202.79 hectares of reclaimed land, of which 85% to be used for public infrastructure
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Riverfront improves environment by reducing soil erosion of the banks & prevents flooding of low-lying areas due to the walls on side of both the banks
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Boating: Currently there are three boating stations available for the tourists
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The 5 hectare Riverfront Flower Park houses 330 native and exotic flower species, and was constructed at the cost of ₹ 18.75 crore and opened in March 2016
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14% of the reclaimed land will be used for residential and commercial purposes, where 52 buildings will be constructed including eight museums
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Riverfront hosts several annual events like Sabarmati Marathon, Sabarmati Cyclothon, flower shows, International Kite Festival and airshows

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  • Sabarmati Gandhi Ashram is another historical place worth visiting in the city of Ahmedabad
  • One of the residences of Mahatma Gandhi who lived here for 12 years along with his wife Kasturba Gandhi
  • Gandhiji led the famous Dandi march also known as the Salt Satyagraha on 12 March 1930 from this Asharam