Group of valuable historical buildings in Delhi, mainly from the 11th – 14th centuries. Includes Qutb Minar – the highest brick minaret in world, ornate, massive 72.5 meters high building. A unique monument is the Iron pillar of Delhi – 7 meters high and more than 6 tons heavy pillar of 98% pure iron, not corroding since its production in the 4th century AD (or as early as in the 9th century BC).

Location, GPS coordinates:28.5244 N 77.1850 E
Categories:Monuments and memorials, Islamic shrines, Monuments and memorials
Values:Architecture, Visual, Unexplained
Rating:4 out of 10 stars
Where is located?Asia, India, Delhi, Mehrauli

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