Dating back to 1565 CE, Agra Fort is a formidable military structure that was transformed into a palace by Emperor Shah Jahan, who was later, ironically, imprisoned here when his son Aurangzeb seized power. Built out of red sandstone and white marble, the fort is enclosed by an insurmountable 20 metre high, 1.6 mile or 2.5 Kilometers double wall.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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