The national capital territory of India that is Delhi is a beautiful and mesmerizing city to be at. It is also the 2nd most populous city on the planet. The city is one of the oldest cities in the world with its existence since the 6th century BC. It has been destroyed, and then rebuild several time with every builder adding something to the city.
Places or monuments to visit in Delhi: -
There are many places that would require your attention when in city but some are just too special to miss:
Qutub Minnar: is the world tallest free standing brick at the height of 72.5 meters. It was constructed by Qutub - ud – Aibak in 12th century AD. The complex of Qutub Minar is really old and you can see loads of historic art on the wall. There is an Iron Pillar said to have been constructed by Chandragupta Vikramaditya 400 AD.
Red Fort: -
constructed by Mughal emperor Shahjahan who was also responsible for constructing Taj Mahal. Red Fort has special reference in Indian Constitution because the Indian Flag is hoisted from here on 15 august.
A tomb constructed by Mughal Emperor Akbar for his father Humayun. The tomb is beautifully constructed and is a reflection of the Persian and the Arabic architecture.