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Breach Candy Swimming Club, Bombay

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Breach Candy Swimming Club, Bombay. The pool was built by the British and historically and to this day has a substantial ex-pat membership. The pool takes the shape of the sub-continent of India. Today, the club is now the most exclusive club in South Bombay with an enrolment fee in the region of 1.3 crore. In Indian currency, 1 crore = 10 million rupees which at 2013 exchange rates of approx. 100 rupees= £1 makes an astonishing fee of £130,000.

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