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Everyone has seen Lal Quila, Qutub Minar, and even Huyamuns Tomb several times with their family or friends or even with their base. But behind those big monuments, these 5 archeological buildings are still looking from the corner of Delhi but no one’s considering them to pay a visit, but surely need to before they get disappear!
1. Satpula Bridge
Made by Muhammad Shah Tughlaq, this was the dam used to channel the water of the river Yamuna. Standing alone for ages, this has become a ruin now and if you’re fed up with wandering in malls, this place may please you with its charm.
Where | Khidki Village, Malviya Nagar
2. Haveli Of Mirza Ghalib
This 300 years old mansion is once a place where the very famous poet Mirza Ghaib used to reside. This place has now made a museum and people who are fond of his poetry use to come here and see his writing, journals and even the cutleries which were used by people around 300 years ago!
Where | Gali Captain, Baradari, Balli Maran
3. Hastsal Minar
This 55-foot long-standing tower is also called as ‘Mini Qutub Minar’ by many locals. Made by Shah Jahan in the 17th century, is now covered with lots of houses. making it as a disappearing masterpiece of architecture. You would require the help of locals if you’re planning to visit this place!
Where | Hastsal Village, Najafgarh Road
4. Chunnamal ki Haveli
Lala Chunnamal, a wealthy merchant who built this haveli in 1848, is made till 3 floors and has hefty 128 rooms. This Haveli is so big that it will house almost 30 separate families all together, making it a rich glory to admire!
Where | Katra Neel, Chandni Chowk Road
5. Mehrauli Archeological Park
Housing around 200 archeological buildings from the past, this place is heaven for those photographers who love to click some ancient ruins and tho who love to get clicked and want to level up their Instagram game! Just adjacent to Qutub Minar, this park is a must-visit!
Where | Mehrauli
Check these sites if you’re bucket list to wander is empty!
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