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More to see in Agra
Taj Mahal is a unique historic landmark that brings millions of tourists to Agra. This spectacular palace was built in the first half of the 17th century. The Mughal emperor Shah Jahan commissioned it to immortalize his first wife who died while giving birth to their 14th child. The palace with the adjacent park is an incredibly beautiful and large complex. It was built from the most precious sorts of marble, and the most talented masters and painters created the intricate design of the Taj Mahal. A large landscaped park with spectacular fountains and thousands of exotic plants surrounds the palace. There are always many tourists and photographers in the Taj Mahal who always try to take the most attractive pictures of the famous landmark. Besides the internationally famous palace, don’t forget to visit the legendary Agra Fort. This is another important attraction of the Mughal period. The main purpose of the giant architectural complex built from red bricks was to protect the area from alien invasions. The complex was rebuilt and expanded several times over the centuries. Today, almost the entire territory of the Fort of Agra is open for excursions. You can see a picturesque palace that once was an emperor’s residence and visit the emperor’s private rooms and halls that were used to host celebrations and important meetings. There are still an old mosque and merchant areas in the fort. This notable attraction is very big, and so it is better to dedicate … Read further

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Cultural excursion through Agra - things to see

There are several important archaeological regions in Agra suburbs. For example, tourists can visit Fatehpur Sikri, a small city close to Agra that is mostly famous for its ancient ruins. A new and beautiful city was founded here by the order of the emperor at the end of the 16th century. The city was developing actively but soon a recession hit it, making the settlement deserted and forgotten. … Open

Attractions and active leisure

Thor The Party World has become a true landmark of the city. This club is open in an eye-catching modern building. It is hard to find a club in Agra that can compete in terms of design and entertainment programs with Thor The Party World. Every element in the décor of this club is a true piece of designer art. The club offers a giant dance floor and stylish lounge areas. Thor The Party World frequently hosts live … Open

Agra for children - what to visit

Agra is rich in beautiful parks and attractive areas great for vacationers with children. Popular nature reserves on the outskirts of the city offer guests to see various wild animals in their natural habitat. Tourists with school-age children can make an interesting safari on an all-terrain vehicle or explore local nature on foot. Kids will be excited to see elephants in their natural habitat. It is possible to … Open

Shopping, streets and outlets

In Agra, tourists can visit a very interesting place – the craft village of Shilpgram. Many tourists reserve the entire day for a visit to this village. This is also a historic district as the first artisan workshop opened here centuries ago. Today, masters specializing in leather goods, ceramic and marble items work here. All kinds of art galleries are also interesting to visit. Shilpgram looks more like an … Open

Agra sightseeing

It is not clearly known when the first settlement on the site of modern Agra appeared. The earliest sources date back to the 11th century and mention the assault on the fortress of Agra. Everything changed at the beginning of the 16th century. Sultan Sikandar Lodi conquered the area and made the order to establish a new city, Agra. He made Agra the capital instead of Delhi in 1504. The year 1526 was very important … Open

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