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Agra Fort: Agra Fort is a massive fort with double walls gets higher 20mts in tallness and determines 2.5kms in circumference. It is a typical Mughal fort enclosed by a moat and unquestionably looks bullying because of its snooty ramparts that fail to notice the distant stretching manors of landed gentry and princes formed next to the riverfront. You will also become flabbergasted to see the governing gateway that is encircled by the wonderful bastions, towers, and parapet. It is also popular for housing some of the most glorious and delicate palaces both in white marble and red sandstone that has been established by two age groups of productive builders; Akbar and afterward by Jahangir and Shah Jahan.

Itmad-ud-daula Tomb: Itmad ud Daula is without a shred of doubt is the first tomb in India that is completely made out of Marble and thus holds a special relevance in the history and architecture of Agra city. Moreover, this mausoleum ignores the River Yamuna and is a last resting place of the then minister in the court of Shah Jahan namely Mir Ghiyas Beg.

Chini ka Rauza: It is well thought-out to be the landmark in Indo-Persian structural design. Chini ka Rauza is the very original edifice in India that has been wholly and solely studded with the glassy tile works. You being the bystander will be amazed to see the high-flying adornment on fascia and in its exteriors.

Mehtab Bagh: Around 350 years ago, when the spotless building of Taj was constructed on the south bank of Yamuna, a moonlight garden called Mehtab Bagh was also constructed immediately from corner to corner the river. It was laid together with the northern water's edge. Mehtab Bagh was also once upon a time a retreat with aromatic flowers, sheltered pavilions, spout jets and shimmering pools but it stopped to survive in the due course of history.


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