Satara, City, Southwestern Maharashtra, Western India. It is southeast of Pune, west of the confluence of the Krishna and Vena rivers. The city is named after the wall of the 17th fortress (Marathi: Satara). The fortress was built by Shirahara and later reinforced by the Maratha. It was repaired by the British who occupied the area in 1848 and was used as a military garrison after the Indian Rebellion of 1857-58. The city stretches out at the foot of the fortress.
Famous for ?
Satara is famous for the Curse Plateau, Tesegal, and many natural attractions near the city. The Kas Plateau is a UNESCO World Heritage Site (WHS).
The total area of the area is 10480km2.
Satara has a total of 11 subdistricts.
There are about 211 villages in this area.
There are a total of 5 cities in the district.
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