Mumbai's architecture is a mixture of florid Gothic styles, characteristic of the 18th and 19th centuries, and contemporary designs. The temples have a prominent Hindu impression. Though the older buildings and the new ones have intermingled, Mumbai has become a concrete jungle. With the British buildings and the posh skyscrapers, there are 'chawls', very typical of Mumbai.
The Gateway of India, The Taj Mahal Hotel, The Chhatrapati Shivaji or Victoria Terminus, The Town Hall or the Asiatic Library, Mumbai University and Rajabai Tower, The High Court, The Flora Fountain or Hutatma Chowk, J. J. School of Arts building, Times of India Building, Crawford market, General Post Office, Nariman Point, Mantralaya (the Assembly house), and the Buildings in Nariman point. These are some of the must see architectural buildings of Mumbai.