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Parliament Building, New Delhi

Categories: Government Buildings, Tourist Spots
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Admire a national landmark at Parliament Building--designed by British architects Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker, it was completed in 1927 and serves as the seat of India's parliament. Observe the grandiose central hall, a majestic circular structure surrounded by smaller buildings and verdant, well-manicured gardens. The complex is not accessible to the general public, but you can admire it from behind the red stone walls or from your vehicle, and take some memorable photographs of the historic structure. By using our New Delhi travel itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Parliament Building and other attractions in New Delhi.
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  • OK are the usual buildings of politics, but it's not bad getting a walk around there, traffic closed to cars so it's an oasis of peace, impressive palaces characteristic colours and manicured gardens with monkeys free! The guards were sharing their lunch with monkeys and squirrels, a good scene, then the monkeys they noticed and started to think that we had the food .... advice don't get too close to them! Beautiful sight all along the Avenue leading to India Gate in the background.
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  • This place has lots of trees and it is quite cooling to be there as the place has an attracting vibe that invites tourists. 
  • Impressive parliament buildings in the centre of New Delhi and well worth a stop on your drive around the city, for taking some excellent photographs of the architecture featuring the red sandstone of...  read more »
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