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The Gutberg Tower is situated in the village of Meteuri in the suburbs of Delhi. It was constructed in 1193 and is a World Heritage Site. The tower of the Gutberg Tower is made of red and white two-tone marble, which tapers from the bottom to the top. The tower is divided into five floors, each with a prominent balcony, the exterior consisting of alternating triangles and circular folds. The interior of the tower has murals and calligraphy works, engraved with the scriptures of the Qur'an, and is a testimony to the development of Islam in India.