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Mazagaon, also spelled Mazgaon and Mazagon (Portuguese rule Mazagão), and pronounced by the Catholics as 'Mazgon' or 'Maz-a-gon' and the Marathi-speakers as Mazgav. It is one of the seven islands of Mumbai. It is part of South Mumbai and can be reached by Byculla Station on the Central railway line and Dockyard Road Station on the Harbour Railway line. Located in Mazagaon are maritime companies like the Bombay Port Trust and Mazagaon Dock Ltd., the Mazagaon Court and Anglo-Indian schools including Rosary High School, St. Peters School, Antonio D'Souza High School, Diamond Jubilee High School and St. Mary's School.

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  • La Isla de Mazagaón (en inglés: Mazagaon, Mazagón o Mazgaon)​ es una de las siete islas de Bombay. Se especula que los habitantes originales de las islas habían sido las tribus Agari — trabajadores de la sal— y koli —pescadores—. Una de las teorías sobre la etimología del término sugiere origen portugués, que se deriven de la ciudad y el fuerte de El Jadida en Marruecos. Los primeros colonizadores portugueses fueron los misioneros jesuitas, que fundaron varias iglesias en el siglo XVI. En 1572, el rey Sebastián dio la isla a la familia Souza Lima. (es)
  • Mazagaon, also spelled Mazgaon and Mazagon (Portuguese rule Mazagão), and pronounced by the Catholics as 'Mazgon' or 'Maz-a-gon' and the Marathi-speakers as Mazgav. It is one of the seven islands of Mumbai. It is part of South Mumbai and can be reached by Byculla Station on the Central railway line and Dockyard Road Station on the Harbour Railway line. Located in Mazagaon are maritime companies like the Bombay Port Trust and Mazagaon Dock Ltd., the Mazagaon Court and Anglo-Indian schools including Rosary High School, St. Peters School, Antonio D'Souza High School, Diamond Jubilee High School and St. Mary's School. (en)
  • Mazagão (em inglês: Mazagaon, Mazagon ou Mazgaon) é uma das sete ilhas de Bombaim. Especula-se que os habitantes originais das ilhas tivessem sido as tribos Agari (salineiros) e Koli (pescadores). Uma das teorias sobre a etimologia do termo sugere origem portuguesa, derivada da cidade e do forte de Mazagão em Marrocos. Os primeiros colonos portugueses foram os missionários jesuítas, que fundaram várias igrejas no século XVI. Em 1572, o rei D. Sebastião concedeu a ilha à família Souza e Lima. (pt)
  • Мазагаон (порт. Mazagão) — остров в Индийском океане, ранее входивший в состав архипелага Семь островов Бомбея и расположенный на территории Индии. (ru)
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  • La Isla de Mazagaón (en inglés: Mazagaon, Mazagón o Mazgaon)​ es una de las siete islas de Bombay. Se especula que los habitantes originales de las islas habían sido las tribus Agari — trabajadores de la sal— y koli —pescadores—. Una de las teorías sobre la etimología del término sugiere origen portugués, que se deriven de la ciudad y el fuerte de El Jadida en Marruecos. Los primeros colonizadores portugueses fueron los misioneros jesuitas, que fundaron varias iglesias en el siglo XVI. En 1572, el rey Sebastián dio la isla a la familia Souza Lima. (es)
  • Mazagaon, also spelled Mazgaon and Mazagon (Portuguese rule Mazagão), and pronounced by the Catholics as 'Mazgon' or 'Maz-a-gon' and the Marathi-speakers as Mazgav. It is one of the seven islands of Mumbai. It is part of South Mumbai and can be reached by Byculla Station on the Central railway line and Dockyard Road Station on the Harbour Railway line. Located in Mazagaon are maritime companies like the Bombay Port Trust and Mazagaon Dock Ltd., the Mazagaon Court and Anglo-Indian schools including Rosary High School, St. Peters School, Antonio D'Souza High School, Diamond Jubilee High School and St. Mary's School. (en)
  • Mazagão (em inglês: Mazagaon, Mazagon ou Mazgaon) é uma das sete ilhas de Bombaim. Especula-se que os habitantes originais das ilhas tivessem sido as tribos Agari (salineiros) e Koli (pescadores). Uma das teorias sobre a etimologia do termo sugere origem portuguesa, derivada da cidade e do forte de Mazagão em Marrocos. Os primeiros colonos portugueses foram os missionários jesuítas, que fundaram várias igrejas no século XVI. Em 1572, o rei D. Sebastião concedeu a ilha à família Souza e Lima. (pt)
  • Мазагаон (порт. Mazagão) — остров в Индийском океане, ранее входивший в состав архипелага Семь островов Бомбея и расположенный на территории Индии. (ru)
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