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Taj Mahal
kaylaerps
Agra, UP
destination
Taj Mahal
Posted about 5 years ago
You absolutely cannot visit India without seeing this Wonder of the World! I recommend arriving at 5am to witness the sun rise over the beautiful monument. It’s a moment you don’t want to miss! P.S. the Taj is closed on Friday’s, so take that into consideration when planning!
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landon
Agra, UP
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Taj Mahal
Posted over 5 years ago
What amazed me the most was actually the drive from New Dheli to Agra. There are over 4 million people on this drive- most in terrible poverty, many trying to sell things at the window of your car. That drive amazed me the most about India. The Taj itself is impressive but had a lot of tourists (obviously)- but it’s amazing how many people come from all over to view this spot
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eat_pray_love_locations
Agra, UP
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Taj Mahal
Posted about 5 years ago
It might be obvious, but the Taj Mahal is still one of India's most iconic and romantic sights especially in the movie Eat Pray Love.
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hoos_carolina
Agra, UP
experience
Taj Mahal
Posted over 5 years ago
A world heritage site, the breathtaking Taj Mahal is a beauty to behold. Circle the immense tomb of white marble and learn firsthand why the Taj Mahal is "the jewel of Muslim art in India"
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wherestaceytravels
Agra, UP
other
Taj Mahal
Posted over 5 years ago
When I first saw the Taj Mahal, I was completely awestruck. When I visited for the second time, the same feeling hit me. I really believe everyone should see it's beauty once in their life if they can. The story behind the building is pretty beautiful too.
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trishbhatt
Agra, UP
other
Taj Mahal
Posted over 5 years ago
A symbol of love and iconic structure built in 1631 is New Seven Wonders of the World and not to be missed!
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grabyourglobe
Agra, UP
other
Taj Mahal
Posted over 5 years ago
A UNESCO World Heritage Site & having graced the list of the 7 wonders of the world in the past, The Taj Mahal is the epitome of true love and passion. It is said that 20,000 stone carvers, masons, and artists from across India and as far as Turkey and Iraq were employed to build the Taj Mahal in the lush gardens on the banks of Agra’s Jamuna River.
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untold_wanderlust1
Agra, UP
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Taj Mahal
Posted over 5 years ago
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