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Lothal is a significant archeological site was found in 1954. This site is 85 kms from ahmedabad towards to bhavnagar. Lothal is one of the most huge destinations of the harappan or indus valley human progress unearthed in india. The city that remained here 4500 years back is unmistakably identified with indus valley urban areas of harappa and mohenjodaro. The exceptional element of this antiquated city is the dockyard, (complex lock door framework) which had channels through which boats could wash from the ocean and offload their load when the entryways were bolted. The town alongside the dockyard incorporates an upper local location, presumably an acropolis as it had private paved showers, and a lower township which additionally has stays of factories that created the well known beads, stoneware and metal ware of the period. The archaeological gallery can be seen at the site shows additional proof of this well ordered civilization, for example, intricate seals, loads and measures, games and adornments.