02 Apr No Enlightenment
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It’s not that I haven’t been here before. I was in New Delhi many times but I still managed to put two premieres into this visit.
I already visited Humayun’s Tomb and the Red Fort but this time I also had the chance to saw Qutb Minar and Jama Masjid. Qutb Minar is an approximately 700 yers old 72 meters high tower, Jama Masjid is the biggest mosque in India.
But before we get there some pictures from Humayun’s Tomb or the Red Taj Mahal just in case your driver asks you where to go and you have forgotten the name. And it’s easy to see why especially when you walk through the entry gate.
Later a short visit to the Red Fort on a very busy Sunday afternoon. Beside the thousands of local visitors there was also a high amount of tourists.
End of February is maybe the best time of the year to visit the North of India. The poor air quality of winter is gone and the weather is still pleasant. Cool mornings and around 30 degrees Celsius or below during the day. Come here two months later and you have to face 45 degrees Celsius combined with very high humidity. Not the best conditions for sightseeing.
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