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Agra or Akbarabad, situated on the Yamuna river bank, is a famous city of the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The beauty of the city mainly lies in the magnificent monuments, age old forts and splendid buildings dating back to the Mughal period. Apart from the mysticism and splendor, these architectural constructions reflect the vibrant culture of the city.

However, the lush greenery of Agra forms the natural beauty of the place. The city can offer you the most fascinating glimpse of colorful birds with the onset of dawn or during dusk. Their pleasant chirping fills the atmosphere of Agra with eternal symphony. This ecstatic ambiance of the Agra city makes the place a prominent tourist destination.



Last Updated on 30 September 2011



     


     

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