Agra, India

Agra, India

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Agra

Agra is also known as the Land of palaces. Not just palaces, it also has a lot of intricate and beautiful architecture. Even the tombs are elaborately adorned. Agra is the perfect spot for a tourist and students of Architecture. Even the climate in Agra is very inviting and suitable. The city is well designed, where even the houses show huge detailing in their design. On close inspection, even the interiors of the buildings show the unreal imagination that the architects probably had. Every building, looks like it had been designed to adorn the city, designed artistically from every angle. Even the food speaks greatly about the spicy Indian Cuisine. It is a city with rich cultural, historical, architectural and religious attachments. It is a city which is synonymous with the history of India. Over the centuries it has enriched the nation with its philosophical contributions. Agra is one of the most important favorite destinations of the worldwide travel lovers owing to its exceptional collection of religious places, monuments, forts, palaces and other places. The heritage of the Mughal dynasty and their fascinating tombs, forts and mausoleums can be easily observed in and around the city of Agra. There are also other monuments and places that are famous for their beauty and significance in Agra. On the banks of the River Yamuna, the city of Agra is synonymous with the Taj Mahal - one of the Seven Wonders of the World, renowned for its beauty and historical significance. Architectural grandeur of the Taj Mahal draws tourists from all around the globe to this erstwhile city of the Mughals.

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