Stadtplan von Neu Delhi

Stadtplan von Neu Delhi

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Stadtplan von Neu Delhi
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Neu Delhi, die Hauptstadt von Indien, ist politischer und geschäftlicher Wickelkern von Indien. Delhi spielte eine wichtige Rolle in der Geschichte von Indien. Ungefähr acht Städte wurden in der Nähe von Delhi gebaut - Indraprastha, Siri, Tughlaqabad, Jahanpanah, Firozabad, Purana Qila, Shahjahanabad und zuletzt Neu Delhi.

Heute ist Delhi in einer Grundfläche von 1483 qkm ausgebreitet und wird zwischen zwei Hauptteilen nämlich - Alt Delhi und Neu Delhi geteilt. Alt Delhi umfasst Rotes Fort, Jama Moschee und Chandani Chowk und Neu Delhi umfasst Connaught Place, Regierungsgebiete in der Nähe von Rajpath, Defence Colony, Greater Kailash und Vasant Vihar.

Last Updated on : October 7, 2017



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