Love is not bound by the mortal presence or absence of the loved one. This is how India interprets this ultimate artistic creation of Mughal times called Taj Mahal. The structure, built between 1632 and 1653, is actually a mausoleum made of marble which the last Mughal emperor Shah Jahan got made after the death of his third wife Mumtaz Mahal. This architectural structure, which stands in the Agra town of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, is an amazing blend of Persian and Indian artistic styles.
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No matter how old we grow, the child within each one of us gets excited every year when it comes to welcoming Santa Claus to our homes. While each year it is Santa who pays us a visit, how about visiting his homeland once to Rovaniemi in Finland? This official home of Santa Claus is the capital of the Finnish northern part called Lapland. Rovaniemi is located at a distance of 5 km from the southern part of the Arctic Circle and has the river Kemijoki flowing by it.
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If you are visiting Malaysia then amongst its many attractions, the one you should not let go off is the Langkawi Sky Bridge. A marvellous human feat, this pedestrian bridge stands atop the Gunung Mat Chinchang Mountain and is supported by cables. This mountain exists in the Langkawi archipelago of Kedah in Malaysia and got completed in the 2004.
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