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Bar Imambara Ambedkar Park Rumi Darwaza
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Lucknow has many places for visit-heritage you can go to old lucknow and visit imambara and bhulbhulaiya. Visit chowk to enjoy local delicacies & chikankari shopping. Hazratganj is the heart of lucknow-spend evenings in hazratganj Visit asia’s largest park-janeshwar mishra park. Also go to marine drive area to see the feel of lucknow.nearby is fountain park opens 6:30 enjoy the fountain show.in evening visit ambedkar park..its very beautiful and many movies shoot is done here.
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1. Bara Imambara One of the finest historical monuments in Lucknow, Bara Imambara, is an architectural marvel and a gem of engineering. It has a central hall, which is believed to be the largest arched hall in the world 2. Chota Imambara Located close to Bara Imambara, Chota Imambara is another marvelous monument in Lucknow. Built in the 19th century 3. Rumi Darwaza This is one of the most impressive monuments of Lucknow. This majestic gateway is the entrance to the old city of Lucknow. Also called Turkish Gate, the structure is a fascinating example of Awadhi architecture. 4. Husainabad Clock Tower This clock tower stands near Rumi Darwaza and is the best example of British architecture in Lucknow. Built in 1887, this 7-story clock tower is India’s tallest clock tower. 5. Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Park Among the many green spaces in Lucknow, this spectacular garden is the best place to enjoy a serene time among lush greenery. The garden is named after the renowned political leader, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia. 6. Satkhanda One of the top attractions of Lucknow is Satkhanda. This watchtower is made of red bricks and is a monument of immense visual beauty. Originally it was meant to be a 7 story high tower, but only 4 levels could be completed. 7. Sikandar Bagh One of the most beautiful gardens of Lucknow, Sikandar Bagh was built in 1800 by the last Nawab of Awadh. It was one of the places to have stormed by the British during the 1857 rebellion. Today it is occupied by the National Botanical Research Institute of India. 8. Shahi Baoli Among the most impressive structures of Lucknow is the Shahi Baoli, or Royal Step Well. Built as a water reservoir, the step well has a magnificent architectural design. Its reference is found in the travelogues of royal guests who describe its most striking characteristic, the secret views of the reflected images of people standing at the entrance, on the waters of the well. 9. Begum Hazrat Mahal Park Among the most historical places of Lucknow, Begum Hazrat Mahal Park was built in memory of Begum Hazrat Mahal, the first wife of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah. She played a crucial role in the uprising of 1857. The park has beautiful fountains, stoned pathways, various trees and flowering plants. It’s a tranquil place, situated away from the chaos of the city. 10. Gautam Buddha Park Lucknow has some spectacular gardens and Gautam Buddha Park is one of them. It is the perfect place for relaxation for kids as well as elders. It is a place of lush greenery and serene tranquility. Visitors to the park can enjoy paddle boating and leisurely time at the park.
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