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Delhi
Delhi MapDelhi is a giant city and of the oldest on the planet. It is estimated to be over 5000 years elderly and rebuilt a staggering 11 times. Officially separate cities, the elderly city of Delhi and New Delhi are parts of sprawling metropolis.

Delhi remains the centre of power, beginning with royal power to colonial power and finally the stool of bureaucratic power. Today its emerging as an significant centre for corporate power . However, the most absorbing aspect of this city is its cosmopolitan nature.

Delhi Facts

• Area 1,483 sq. Km

• Population 11,007,839

• Altitude 216 m above sea level

• Languages Hindi, English, Punjabi, & Urdu

• Best time to visit February–April and August–November

• STD code 011


Tourist Attractions in Delhi

Delhi is an international metropolitan with exceptional tourist spots, recreational facilities, & a past that goes back to antiquity. A notable feature of the city is the coverage of greenery all over. Delhi is popular among vistors looking for items of handicrafts from all over the country. Delhi offers numerous fascinating places & attractions for the visitor, making it difficult to choose where to start from. In Elderly Delhi, mosques, forts, & other monuments belonging to the Sultan & the Mughal can be seen all over. The important places in Elderly Delhi include the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Delhi Gate, Chandni Chowk, Raj Ghat & Shanti Vana, the last constructed after India’s Independence in 1947. New Delhi, a contemporary city planned by Edwin Lutyens & Herbert Baker, offers a spacious, open city housing lots of government buildings & embassiesas well as historical monuments. Notable attractions of New Delhi include the Rashtrapati Bhawan, Humayun’s Tomb, Purana Quila, Tughlaqabad, India Gate, Laxminarayan Temple, Qutab Minar, & Bahai Temple.

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