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The Taj Mahal is one of the many monuments in India that is flocked by tourists from all around the world throughout the year. However, there are quite a few things you can do around this town after you’re done admiring the magnificent Taj Mahal. Also Read - Mathura Girl Raped in Moving Car on Way Back From Agra; 1 Arrested, Another Absconding

I have a list of 7 such places that you must visit, without which visit Agra would not be complete. Also Read - Long Distance Runner & Cyclist Runs For Over 22 Km to Urge People to Keep Yamuna Clean

1. The Agra Fort

The Agra fort is at a distance of approximately 3 km from Taj Mahal and it is known as the walled city.

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2. Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehpur Sikri is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh  and was designed to be the capital of Emperor Akbar’s empire! Here is more info on it.

3. The Sheesh Mahal near Agra Fort

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There are several versions of Sheesh Mahal all around India. It literally translates t Palace of mirrors. However the one near the Agra Fort is considered to be one of the most beautiful palaces with intricate and minuscule mirror work that project reflections beautifully.

4. Ram Bagh

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Ram Bagh is considered to be the oldest Mughal garden in India. Built by Emperor Babur, it is located around 5 km north eat of the Taj Mahal. It is built in Persian style of architecture and happens to be a very calm and peaceful place to relax at, after a long day.

5. Jama Masjid

The Jama Masjid is located in Delhi which is about 3 hours from the Taj Mahal and happens to be part of the Golden Triangle which incorporates a trip from Delhi to Agra and then finally to Jaipur.

After you’re done visiting all these places and monuments, make sure you have 2 more pit-stops on your escapade!

6. Pinch of Spice

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This is one of the most famous and visited restaurants in Agra. With a combination of European and Indian cuisines, food here strikes a perfect balance. Most people who visit this restaurant once, are forced to visit it time and again.

7. The Oberoi Amarvilas Hotel

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This Hotel is one of the most expensive hotels in India. The view that one gets from the windows and balconies of this hotel are something one will probably never find in any other part of the world. With a perfect view of the Taj Mahal, this hotel very successfully makes the entire experience exquisite and romantic for all the right reasons.

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