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Humayun's Tomb (Delhi, India)
Humayun’s tomb is a UNESCO world heritage site in New Delhi. It was built by Hamida Banu Begum, the widow of Humayun as a mausoleum for her husband. The attraction today contains not just Humayun’s mausoleum but also a complex of other tombs all set together in well-maintained gardens. The building was erected in the 16th century in classic Moghal style and is widely-believed to have been the inspiration for Shahjahan’s Taj Mahal. The entrance fee to non-Indian tourists is 250 Rp (approx 4.5 Euros). It is open from sunrise to sunset on all weekdays.
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