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'New Delhi, India. Palm trees in front of The Imperial Hotel.' : Stock Photo
'The hotel was built in 1931 by Bromfield, an associate of Sir Edwin Lutyens, who designed the Viceroy's House (now called Rastrapati Bhavan) in New Delhi.'

'New Delhi, India. Palm trees in front of The Imperial Hotel.'

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'The hotel was built in 1931 by Bromfield, an associate of Sir Edwin Lutyens, who designed the Viceroy's House (now called Rastrapati Bhavan) in New Delhi.'
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