Tag: Lake

The Meaning Of  Lake Is Like This "a Huge Zone Of Water Encompassed Via Land."  There Are So Many Lake In The World. In All Of Them Some Are Artificial Lake Too. Natural Lakes Are Commonly Found In Rugged Zones, Fracture Zones, And Zones With Progressing Glaciation

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Lake Pichola

Lake Pichola

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Clear and huge, Lake Pichola mirrors the dim blue mountains on its mirror-like surface. It was broadened by Maharana [...]

Mission Dolores

Mission Dolores

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The city’s most seasoned structure and its namesake, whitewashed adobe Misión San Francisco de Asís was established in 1776 [...]

Golden Gate Park

Golden Gate Park

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From bonsai, wild ox, and redwoods to Frisbees, free music, and free spirits, Golden Gate Park appears to contain [...]

huntington library

Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens

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One of the most magnificent, helpful spots in LA, the Huntington is appropriately a feature of any excursion to [...]

Feroz Shah’s Madrasa

Feroz Shah’s Madrasa

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The great vestiges of Feroz Shah’s fourteenth century madrasa neglect the tree-lined waters of Hauz Khas, and can be [...]

Red Hook Winery

Red Hook Winery

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Taste wines from across New York in this stripped-exposed tasting room, fixed with barrels and swarmed with chardonnay-tasting local [...]

Purana Qila

Purana Qila

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Shh, murmur it unobtrusively: this spot is superior to the Red Fort. Delhi’s ‘Old Fort’ isn’t as heavenly in [...]

Tughlaqabad Fort

Tughlaqabad Fort

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This brilliant fourteenth century demolished post, half recovered by wilderness and slowly being infringed on by towns, was Delhi’s [...]

Hauz Khas

Hauz Khas

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Worked by Sultan Ala-ud-noise Khilji in the thirteenth century, Hauz Khas signifies ‘honorable tank’, and its store once secured [...]

Lodi Garden

Lodi Garden

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Delhi’s loveliest break was initially named after the spouse of the British Resident, Lady Willingdon, who had two towns [...]