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Inside Diwan-i-Khas, marble pavilion, Red Fort : Stock Photo
The Red Fort, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Old Delhi, was the capitol of the Mughal Empire until 1857.

Inside Diwan-i-Khas, marble pavilion, Red Fort

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The Red Fort, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Old Delhi, was the capitol of the Mughal Empire until 1857.
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