Red fort is the one of historic monuments located in Delhi. This monument gets its name from red colored sandstone used for construction by the Mughals. The fort is located in the center of city and It was used as a ceremonial spot for the royals.The spot is used for political as well as national ceremonies. Red fort is not only just about the outer beauty of the fortified wall. You can find lot of interesting attractions inside the fort like palaces, halls, museums and others.
Red Fort Tourist Attractions:-
It was Constructed in the 17th century,this monument is an attraction by itself. The fort is covering 254 acres of land It's almost covering 2.4 km.Shape of The fort is in octagonal and many regions of the fort are decorated with marble works.Kohinoor diamond is a part of the decoration. There are three gates to that fort.The royals was entering into the fort Through Khizrabad Gate and But it is now closed for public. The Lahore and Delhi gates are open for public. If you want walk out of the Lahore gate, you can find a big shopping area, Chatta Chowk for window shopping and souvenir shopping.The shopping complex is famous for household objects,jewelry,silk and others.
The fort is includes the garden design and other architectural elements that indicates that a palace was planned to be built inside the fort. In the 18th century, the fort was raided for looting precious artworks. Some of apartments or buildings are in good condition and are open for tourists to explore.
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