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Notes on the Geography of Peninsular India: Deogiri Fort: Photo 20

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We've returned to the spot where we first saw the moat, but now we're looking down, so we've obviously surmounted the cliff. How? The iron-and-plank bridge across the moat dates from the mid-20th century. Before that, and as late as 1920, entry was over the stone staircase behind it, which descends into the moat. By raising the water level, the crossing could be made impassable. Which still leaves unanswered the question of surmounting the cliff.

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