Where is the famous Taj Mahal?

Taj Mahal Taj Mahal or Taj Mahal, also known as Hindi is one of the most important buildings that represented the Islamic art during the reign of the kings of the Mongols of India, Taj Mahal is a white marble mausoleum built by King Shah Jahan to bury his wife Mumtaz Mahal and buried next to her after his death The shrine became one of the most important Islamic buildings in the world. In 1983, the mausoleum became part of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Location and construction The Taj Mahal is located in the state of India in the state of Etr Pradesh, which means the Northern Territory of India, and in the city of Akra the shrine was built by order of the Mongol Emperor Shah Jahan. The building of the Taj Mahal is the highest point in Islamic art between the Persian, Indian and Turkish architecture. The building consists of an entrance topped by a large dome of exquisite design decorated with a lotus flower to give a hint of height. The height of this dome is estimated at 35 meters and is surrounded by four similar small domes The main dome in the form and design, and built minarets around the shrine forty meters high designed designed to pray for them already. The Taj Mahal was adorned with Indian architectural decoration made of pure gold, but in the 19th century during the British occupation it was replaced by a gold-plated version of bronze. In front of the mausoleum, a garden of about 300 square meters is called the Mughal Park. The corridors are divided into sixteen kindergartens, an agricultural basin, a marble water tank in the middle of the garden and a pond reflecting the image of the mausoleum. Threats to the safety of the Taj Mahal Some cracks appeared in parts of the shrine in 2010, along with some inclination in the minarets surrounding it, and the lack of water of the Yamuna River increased concerns about the safety of the tomb to increase the drought rate to five feet per year, resulting in rot In the wooden foundations of tombs. The Indian government has taken several measures to ensure the safety of the Taj Mahal, including preventing the establishment of polluting plants or passing cars within 10,000 square kilometers around the shrine. The Supreme Court of India has also opposed the construction of an oil refinery on the Yamuna River due to the risk of acid rain. During periods of war, especially Indian-Pakistani wars, the Indian armed forces set up bridges and strategic training to protect the shrine from air strikes. Despite precautions and actions taken by the Indian government, the shrine is threatened to collapse due to increased thermal emissions and soil dryness and surrounding pollution.


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