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Incredible India: The Monuments 

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Taj Mahal: It is built with white marbles and lies on the banks of the river Yamuna.

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Golden Temple: It is one of the most famous Sikh temples. Approximately 4kg of gold has been used to construct the top of the temple.

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Red Fort: It has two entrances named as the Delhi Gate and Lahori Gate. Emperor Shah Jahan commissioned its construction in the Mughal Era.

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Gateway of India: It was built by the British as an entry and exit point by the sea. Now it has become a famous picnic spot.

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Victoria Memorial: It is a memorial built for Queen Victoria. It is made of white marbles and has now been turned into a museum.

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Agra Fort: This fort was built by the king, Akbar. It lies on the right bank of Yamuna river.

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Qutub Minar: It is a tall minaret with an approximate height of 73m. It has intricate carvings on it.

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Hawa Mahal: It is also known as the Palace of Winds. It has a striking 953 windows but no stairs to reach the top.

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