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The most prominent monuments in India

The mosque of the mosque

The mosque was built in Delhi during the Mughal era, and has been built for 14 years, and it is known as the Royal Mosque of Shah Jehan Bad, and this mosque is one of the largest mosques of India at all, as it is a verse of art in the history of world architecture, and it is worth noting that The mosque was a stronghold of the Muslim revolutionaries in 1857 AD / 1274 AH against the British, and after the revolution was suppressed, the English were forbidding Muslims from praying at this mosque until 1279 AH.

Taj Mahal

It is the shrine constructed by King “Shah Jahan” to include the remains of his third wife known as Mumtaz Mahal. This shrine is one of the most beautiful examples of Islamic architecture in India and one of the immortal masterpieces in the world. It combines Persian, Turkish, Ottoman and Indian styles. 1983 is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

the Red Castle

The Red Fort is one of the most popular and most important forts in India, it was built under the leadership of Shah Jahan and since then it has become the home of various nobles and kings, and the facade of the castle was anciently adorned with diamonds, but over the years diamonds have been stripped because the kings lost their wealth, today it is considered The Red Fort is an important sign and is used in the Prime Minister’s speech to the nation on Independence Day.

Manar’s pole

This monument is 240 feet long is one of the most important monuments in Delhi, the lighthouse stands at a long height, and was built by Qutb Al-Din Aipak and his heirs, the magnificent lighthouse has balconies overlooking all sides, and the structure was designed using red sandstone and marble in the architectural style Unique Indian Indian, Qutb Manar is located in the Manar Qutb complex and is surrounded by many other attractions.

Agra Fort

The Agra Fort was originally built in 1080 AD, but the red sandstone facade appeared in 1573 AD when it rebuilt the largest fortress, since then the Agra Fort has gained immense popularity and is one of the best monuments to be visited in India.

The golden temple

The golden temple is the main holy place for the Sikhs in India who call the temple Haramandir Sahib, the temple was built around Amritsar Sarovar which is the holy river for the Sikhs, the golden temple is a mixture of Islamic and Hindu architecture and this is what makes the structure wonderful, and the basement of the temple contains marble floors and walls Wonderful floral prints.

Amer Fort

This tall fort is located in Aamir, a short distance from Jaipur. The fort is divided into four sections and each has its own Al Bahah, which today is a resting place for tourists visiting the fort. You can reach the fort by an elephant or jeep for a nominal fee.

India Gate

India Gate is located at the end of Apollo Bandar in south Mumbai, it was built by the British Empire that once ruled India, and the arched gate was built to welcome King George V in India, which is a wonderful mixture of Indian and Islamic architecture.


It is a mosque built by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, the fifth Sultan of the Qutb Shah dynasty in India, and Jahar Manar is a historical landmark in Hyderabad, and it has been decorated with four wonderful minarets, and each minaret has four floors, and separated between those floors are balconies, also each minaret has 149 degrees of ladder , And it is possible for tourists to use it to climb up and enjoy a breathtaking view of the city.

Fathpur Sikri

Fatihpur Sikri is the first planned city of the Mughal Empire, the city is home to some very beautiful mosques and palaces that are not only beautiful in shape, but also a wonderful piece of architecture.

Konark Temple

The Konark Sun Temple (Sun Temple of Konark) was built in the thirteenth century and is also called the Black Temple, as well as being a spiritual residence, the temple is famous for its architecture, and the most prominent feature is the warlike exterior that is wonderful and unique, in addition to drawings and paintings Brilliant.

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar was built by the King of Jaipur, King Rajput Sawai Jai Singh II, and is an astronomical observing site that contains a large collection of tools and machines including the largest sundial

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