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Popular Attractions in Delhi

India Gate
4.4/5
417 Reviews
Monument
Rajpath Marg, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Lotus Temple
4.5/5
240 Reviews
Temple
Located in the southeastern part of Delhi, the Lotus Temple was built in 1986 and is named after its shape of a lotus flower. The Lotus Temple is built of white marble. It looks like three white petals from a distance, and the lotus flower is surrounded by nine clear water pools. The tall and empty temple has neither gods nor decorations such as carvings and murals. The gardens and pools around the Lotus Temple are open and visitors can rest here. At night, the Lotus Temple is particularly beautiful under the light.
Humayun's Tomb
4.5/5
236 Reviews
Cemetery
Mathura Road Opposite Dargah, Nizamuddin, New Delhi, Delhi 110013
Rashtrapati Bhavan
4.4/5
130 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Palace
The presidential palace was built in 1929, formerly known as the Victoria Palace. After India became independent, it was changed to the presidential palace. The Presidential Palace is a very imposing palace-style building with magnificent halls such as a glimpse hall and a library, as well as numerous fountain pools and pavilions. The Parliament Building in the northeast of the hill and the Indian Gate in Princes Park are also magnificent buildings.

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17 Nov 2019
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18 Nov 2019
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Trip Moments

Coco Wang   
If I can only tell me the motivation that most attracted me to India, I swear that it is not the Taj Mahal, but a photo of the ins on the rooftop of the old Delhi Spice Market!

A door across India, New Delhi and Old Delhi, the sudden change of style is the difference between heaven and hell. Old Delhi is the most crowded and noisy place I have ever walked, but it is also the most special and most Indian place.

I sat in the three rounds of manpower in the spice market, surrounded by rickshaws, tugs, cars and pedestrians rushing to the road, surrounded by whistling sounds of the streets, fried My brain is ringing!
When you go through the streets, you can walk through the big cows, sheep, elephants... and the monkeys are screaming on our heads!
I can't help but yell "I x" all the way! I feel that the "I x" in this life is finished in Old Delhi! Holding the camera tightly, I dare not slack off!

And even so, I still love this old Delhi, which is dirty in the eyes of the world! Passing through the crowded streets, hovering up the narrow stairs, to the rooftop of the heart, is the sun's most gentle sunset.

I have no scruples to put a new shawl prepared in advance, and I will start photographing on the roof where the pigeons and calves are mixed. Only the Indian locals who are watching the lively, I am very nervous. Little brother, there are staggered pigeons and hawks, flying in groups...

To go to Old Delhi, be cautious, girls dont go alone, but dont go because of fear! Otherwise, believe me, you will regret for life!
Posted: 14 Aug 2019
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