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Tue, 19 Jan 2010

India, 360 Degrees at a Time, Part Seven

Here's the seventh and final part of my ongoing series.

One of the grandest sights in Delhi is Humayun's tomb, a predecessor of the greatest mausoleum of them all, the Taj Mahal:

Humayun's Tomb

A little bit further down a view on the garden:

Humayun's Tomb

From a different corner:

Humayun's Tomb

We'll finish with our last panorama that shows the courtyard the Jama Masjid of Old Delhi:

Jama Masjid

That's all panoramas from this trip. Thanks for your interest.

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