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Gardens in Agra

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The city of Agra may have become synonymous with Taj Mahal but this marbled masterpiece has outshined beauty of some of major tourist attractions of the city.
Gardens in Agra The city of Agra may have become synonymous with Taj Mahal but this marbled masterpiece has outshined beauty of some of major tourist attractions of the city. Apart from Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and several other imposing buildings, lie beautiful gardens that hardly found mentions while discussing the tourism in Agra. There are a host of beautiful gardens where tourists can go to find some moments of tranquility after daylong sightseeing of various places of tourist interest in this Mughal city. These beautiful gardens in Agra offer a peak into the taste and personality of the former rulers who ruled this territory. Let us have a look on some of beautiful gardens situated in the city. Mehtab Bagh Agra Situated adjacent to Taj Mahal, this garden offer spectacular view of the Taj. This allows you to look into the Mughal architecture and their way of looking at the things. This garden offers an impressive look of Taj in a moonlit night. Dayalbagh Gardens Located at a distance of few minutes from Agra Dayal Bagh is well liked by tourists for its striking architecture. The garden built by Shiv Dayal Sahib, founder of the Radhasoami Satsang Movement has found various admirers in India and around the globe. Taj Mahal Garden Agra The garden showcasing Persian style of architecture is one of the most popular gardens in the city of Agra. Shah Jahan Park Agra Shah Jahan Park is widely acclaimed for its picturesque beauty. The garden serenaded by verdant greenery, is one of the places where one can find much needed tranquility. Rambagh Gardens Located in vicinity to Taj, Rambagh Garden is well adorned with channels and fountains.  Once you will visit these gardens in Agra you will wonder that Taj is not the sole attraction in the city and there are lovely gardens to give it company.

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