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Monday, July 18, 2005

Agra, India
This door is a door at the Agra Fort. The Agra Fort, also known as Lal Qila, Fort Rouge and Red Fort of Agra, is a magnificent structure in the city of Agra, India. The fort is more of a walled palatial city. The site is very important in terms of architectural history. Some of the most historically interesting mixing of Hindi and Islamic architecture reside there. In fact, some of the decorations are Islamic and yet feature dragons, elephants and birds, instead of the patterns and calligraphy, very much unheard of. Photo by Rodney Olsen.
posted by /T/ at 2:01 PM