Humayun's tomb, Delhi
Located on the banks of river Yamuna, this marvel of Persian architecture was built in the memory of second Mughal emperor to rule India, Humayun. Its construction was supervised by his Persian widow, Hameeda Begum from 1562 to 1572. The picture was shot using Nikon N65 camera with a 28-80mm zoom Nikkor lens, handheld, manual focus.
Posted Thursday 09 February 2006 | a | 7351 views
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