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|Built by Abyssinian architect Bilal Mohammed Khan in 1753-54, this is the tomb of Mirza Mukin Abul Mansur Khan. |
It is one of the last examples of a Mughal tomb surrounded by a garden.
|When Ghazi Tughlaq founded the Tughlaq Dynasty in 1321, he built the strongest fort in Delhi at Tughlaqabad, completed after only four years.||10/24/2005||407|
|This garden boasts a fine collection of tombs of Sayyid and Lodi rulers. Mohammed Shah's tomb from 1450 was a prototype for the later Mughal-style tomb of Humayun, a design that would eventually develop into the Taj Mahal. Other tombs include those of his predecessor, Mubarak Shah, 1433, Ibrahim Lodi 1526, and Sikander Lodi 1517.||09/23/2005||434|
|This picture shows army columns marching at new delhi raj path, at the end you can see a fighter plane being towed.||07/12/2005||1,624|
|Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Arlington National cemetary. The guard appears to be at the North end of the path. The Tomb contains the remains of unknown American soldiers from World Wars I and II, the Korean Conflict and (until 1998) the Vietnam War. Each was presented with the Medal of Honor at the time of interment and the medals||03/11/2007||818|
|The Lac Qila, or Red Fort, was the palace of Shah Jahan's capital Shahjahanabad. It was built between 1638 and 1648. Today it remains one of the most impressive buildings in Delhi.||11/23/2005||672|
|Tomb of Asif Jah is in the complex of Jahangir's Tomb in Lahore. Asif Jah was brother-in-law of Emperor Jahangir (Brother of Noor Jahan). Visit my website at http://ajmalbeig.addr.com||08/10/2006||518|
|Jama Masjid, the great mosque of friday in Old Delhi. Built from 1644 to 1658. ||01/06/2006||520|
|The 30-foot-high Marathon Tomb is built over the graves of the 192 Athenians who died in the 490 BC battle against Persian forces.||10/12/2005||522|
|The Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium situated in East Delhi was built in 1982 for indoor sports events of the Asiad Games.||09/14/2005||410|
|The grave-tomb of Benito Mussolini is located on the cemetery of Predappio, the village where he was born.|
He is buried here since 1957.
|Tomb of Anarkali is located within the walls of Punjab Secratariate. Anarkali was the lover of Moghul Emperor Noor-ud-Din Muhammad Jahangir in his early age.||08/18/2006||476|