Agra Tourist Places

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Agra fort
Another dimension to Agra city is Agra Fort, also called Lal Qila. This monument is 4.7 kms away from Agra city. It was built by Akbar in Red Sandstone when he was throu..Read more
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Agra Temples
Balkeshwar Mandir:Balkeshwar Mandir is one of the four temples devoted to Shiva which are situated on four corners of Agra. This Shiva Mandir is located in Balkeshwar Co..Read more
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Bageshwarnath Temple
Bageshwarnath Temple in Agra is another famous tourist destination. This temple holds a special place in the hearts of locals and also foreigners who visit Agra every ye..Read more
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Buildings In Agra Fort
Jahangir Mahal:As one enters through Amar Singh Gate and comes out of it, one can notice this building on the right side at the end of a spacious lawn. Akbar built it fo..Read more
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Chini Ka Rauza
Chini-ka-Rauza is a mausoleum of Allama Afzal Khan Mullah. He was a great scholar and poet. He was also the Prime Minister of the Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan. The Indo-Pe..Read more
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Dayalbagh Gardens
Dayalbagh is also known as Soami Bagh or Garden of Supreme Lord. This is one of the famous memorials that are located at an accessible distance from Agra city. This gard..Read more
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Itmad ud Daulah Tomb
After Agra Fort and Taj Mahal, the monument which is most important in Agra is Itmad-ud-Daulah. Originally Itmad-ud-Daulah (meaning Pillar of the state) was called Mirza..Read more
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Jain Muni Samadhi
Jain Muni Samadhi is a religious place for Jains, particularly for swaitamvadas. This is a tomb for Jains. The best feature of this Tomb is its excellent architectural c..Read more
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Mankameshwar Mandir
Mankameshwar mandir in Agra is one among the ancient temples devoted to Lord Shiva. The Shivlinga in this temple is covered with silver metal. The temple has one sanctum..Read more
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Mehtab Bagh
The Mehtab Bagh (meaning Moon Light Garden) was built during 1631 – 35 A.D. It is situated on the western side of the bank of River Yamuna. It is just opposite to ..Read more
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Ram Bagh
Ram Bagh Gardens is the first garden laid out by Mughals in India. This garden is also called as Bagh-i-Gul Afshan. It is 5 kms to the Northeast of Taj Mahal. The Ram Ba..Read more
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Shah Jahan Park
The Shah Jahan Park in Agra is one among the attractive Mughal gardens. It is a perfect place for those who want to get engrossed in pristine air of Agra. Most of the pe..Read more
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Spiritual Museum
Museums in Agra are also equally liked by the tourists. Agra has two famous museums – Spiritual Museum and Taj Museum. The Spiritual Museum was built recently whic..Read more
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St. George’s Church
St. George’s Church is one of the most sacred and holy places of worship for Christians. It is situated at Cantonment Area in Agra. This church was constructed bea..Read more
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Taj Museum
Taj Museum is one of the famous tourist destinations in Agra. This is situated in the premises of Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal Museum was set up in 1982 and is located in the co..Read more
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TajMahal
One of the seven wonders of world is majestically situated in Agra. Taj Mahal is the most beautiful and fascinating monument in India. This is acclaimed as one of the th..Read more
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