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    The Deepest Step Well in the World Chand Baori is a famous stepwell situated in the village Abhaneri near Jaipur in Indian state of Rajasthan.

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    Deepest Stepwell in the World - Rajasthan, India Chand Baori is a famous stepwell situated in the village of Abhaneri near Jaipur in the Indian state of Rajasthan. OVERVIEW It is located opposite Harshat Mata Temple and was constructed in 800 CE. Its 3500 narrow steps in 13 stories extend 100 feet (30 m) into the ground, making it one of the deepest (and largest) stepwells in India. It has served as a location for films such as The Fall and The Dark Knight Rises.

  • Bev Thompson

    The Chand Baori in Rajasthan, India is one of the oldest stepwells in the world, dating back to between 800-900 AD. While the stepwell is no longer in use as a means of water procurement, it is kept in place for its historical, architectural, and artistic purposes.

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