Advantages: Fascinating Fort and palace and brings the Taj Mahal story to life. Disadvantages: Gets very crowded.
...rulers ruled India namely Akbar, Humayun, Shahjahan and Aurangzeb. Akbar had nearly one and a half million labourers working on it and enlarging the fort which was completed after 8 hard years in 1573. Shahjahan completed even more work on it to make it even more luxurious.
The design of the fort is quite interesting in that there are three massive great gateways to enter the fort all built...
Advantages: An interesting piece of Portland's military history, in a fantastic location for views Disadvantages: Private, has been through modernisation to become a modern home
Blacknor Fort is a fort on the Isle of Portland, Dorset, England. The fort is situated on the cliff edge within Blacknor area of the island, nearby to Hallelujah Bay and Mutton Cove. It is also found close to the estate of the Weston village and the West Weares area. Having lived on Portland until 2005 for most of my childhood, I must admit that I never really knew of this...
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Advantages: Beautifully decorated and offers interesting insight into Christianity in India Disadvantages: Not as old as you may be led to believe
...Expect the Unexpected If your expectation of religious buildings in India is based around Hindu temples, mosques and endless statues of the Buddha, then Kochi (or Cochin as it used to be known) will come as a surprised. The state of Kerala is predominantly Christian and also the heartland of the Indian Communist Party - not a combination to be expected or to be found in ma...