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Architecture of Taj Mahal
Architecture of Taj Mahal - Where Taj Mahal Located
Overlooking the River Yamuna, and evident from the fortress in the west, the Taj Mahal stands at the northern end of huge gardens enclosed by walls. Although its arrangement follows a conspicuously Islamic subject, representing heaven, it is beyond all a memorial to passionate love. The Taj Mahal is positioned on an elevated podium that is 6.6 meters (20 ft) tall and covers an area of 93.9 sq. meters (313 sq ft). The corner minarets are 41.1 meters (137 ft) high. The core composition is 62 meters (186 ft) on each face. In dissimilarity to the glossy white marble of the tomb, there is a duo of red sandstone buildings neighboring the tomb to the west and to the east; the western structure is a mosque, while the other, sometimes called the guest house or museum, was built to complete the proportion of the panorama. The water land bridge and fountains skillfully unite the doorway and the mausoleum in ideal proportion.
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