File:Rashtrapati Bhavan Wide New Delhi India.jpg

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cameras were forbidden inside Rashtrapati Bhavan, so this next sequence was taken after our 2+ hour guided tour of the interior, and of the beautiful Mughal-style formal gardens in back. Originally built to be the British Viceroy's House, completed in 1929; now the active residence of the President of India.

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Author Scott Dexter from Brooklyn, USA
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Camera location28° 36′ 50″ N, 77° 12′ 01.3″ E  Heading=330° Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo

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