This Mughal architecture is maintained very well-maintained and is one of the most incredible monuments I have ever seen! After you have visited the monument, you can spend time in the beautiful lawn surrounding it. Children can play and this can be accompanied by photos. Also, your guide will skim you through the intricacies with the history-laden here.
Classics that have to go. No one, even if the local people are 10rs and the foreigners are 250rs, they are not in line for 1km. It was only after reading that the history of India was extensive and profound. You don't need to know too much about Indian history to know that 25 yuan is not enough to visit the Temple of Heaven.
Silent ,peace and great World Heritage .Good experience at there and want to visit again.
Hu Mayong, the second emperor of the Mogul period, was a relatively early building, smaller than the Taj Mahal. There is also a saint's tomb on the edge of the mausoleum, which is a little smaller. There are not many tourists here. They are quiet and comfortable to play.
The ancient India has left behind rich cultural heritage for future generations. One of them is the Yongling Tomb of Huma. The staff began to clear at five o'clock. Tickets are open from sunrise to sunset. Homa Yongling is located in the Southeastern Suburb of Delhi, the capital of India. It is the mausoleum of the second generation emperor of the Mughal Dynasty, Humayoung. It is the earliest Mughal architecture in India. It skillfully combines the style of Islamic architecture and Hindu architecture and creates a new trend in the history of Islamic architecture. In 1993, UNESCO listed the Yongling Tomb of Huma as a cultural heritage in the World Heritage List. Turn right into the front of the gate. The Cemetery Gate is built of limestone. It is an octagonal pavilion with marble and red sandstone fragments on the surface, and it is inlaid into a gorgeous pattern. Looking around the second floor, the cemetery is full of grass, flowers and trees. In fact, the cemetery is a large garden with exquisite layout. The main building in the middle of Humayong Mausoleum is a square mausoleum built of red sandstone. It stands on a high stone platform. There are four gates around the mausoleum, the top of the lintel is circular, the lines are gentle; the four walls are arranged in two layers of small arch, the top of the mausoleum has an elegant white marble dome, the center of the dome is erected with a small yellow metal spire, shining everywhere. With its typical Mogul style architecture, Humayoung Mausoleum has become a milestone in the development of Mogul style in Akbar era. The setting sun sinks to the west. When the sunset closes, the gray sky and the flying birds add to the solemn atmosphere here.
The Mausoleum of Humayoung is the first scenic spot we visited in India. It is the mausoleum of the second generation emperor, Humayoung, which is well preserved. The area is not small, which combines the style of Islam and Hinduism. The blue water in front of the main building added a lot of inspiration to him.
Mausoleum of Humayun, built in 1556, is the tomb of Humayun, the second generation emperor of the Mughal Dynasty. The tickets for the scenic spot also include Isa Khan &Yong 39; & s Tomb. This is indeed a must-see scenic spot. Both the Yongling of Huma and the Ishahan Mausoleum are very beautiful. The best angle to shoot the tomb is in the four corners of the tomb. There are no visitors at all, and the shape is very beautiful.