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Images Dated 29th September 2007

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USA, Arizona, Tucson. Door made of wood poles and leather thongs in adobe wall at Featured 29 Sep 2007 Print

USA, Arizona, Tucson. Door made of wood poles and leather thongs in adobe wall at

USA, Arizona, Tucson. Door made of wood poles and leather thongs in adobe wall at El Presidio San Agustin de Tucson. Credit as: Nancy & Steve Ross / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

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Town and fort of Agra, 1847. Artist: Robinson Featured 29 Sep 2007 Print

Town and fort of Agra, 1847. Artist: Robinson

Town and fort of Agra, India, 1847. Illustration from The History of China and India, by Miss Corner, (Dean and Co, London, 1847)

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The tomb of the favourite Sultan of Akbar Khan at Agra, 1847 Featured 29 Sep 2007 Print

The tomb of the favourite Sultan of Akbar Khan at Agra, 1847

The tomb of the favourite Sultan of Akbar Khan at Agra, 1847. The Taj Mahal in India, the great marble mausoleum built by Shah Jahan (1592-1666), Mughal emperor, for his wife Arjumand Banu Begam (died 1631) called Mumtaz Mahal (Favourite of the Palace). The Taj Mahal is generally considered the finest example of Mughal architecture, a style that combines elements of Indian and Persian architectures. Shah Jahan was buried in the Taj with his wife. Illustration from The History of China and India, by Miss Corner, (Dean and Co, London, 1847)

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