Agra Fort

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Agra Fort

Don’t let the Taj Mahal deny your visit to the Agra Fort. And after all, it was from here that the imprisoned Shah Jahan looked out at the Taj Mahal, the tomb he had built for his wife. 

Agra Fort
The garden inside one of the quadrangles at theAgra Fort

The Agra Fort is not all red sandstone. There are some marble buildings that were built as part of its ‘palace’ period.

Agra Fort
Looking out to the massive wall of the Agra Fort.
Agra Fort
The entrance to the fort.
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