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      http://ziptrips.in/ads/17-delhi-sightseeing-tour-1-day-trip - Purana Qila is the inner citadel of the city of Dina-panah, founded by the second Mughal Emperor, Humayun in 1533. The walls of the Fort rise to a height of 18 m and run on for about 1.5 km. Today, it is also the venue of daily sound and light shows after sunset, entailing history of seven cities of Delhi, from Indraprastha to New Delhi.. ZipTrips.in offers all inclusive hassle free day tours and weekend tours all across India.

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      Palm trees and the Humayun Darwaza inside Purana Qila

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