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Qutb Complex
New Delhi
There are a number of monuments within the Qutab complex to explore. One of Delhi's most curious antiques, the Iron Pillar in the courtyard of the mosque. The quality of the iron used for constructing the pillar is exceptionally pure and has not rusted even after 2000 years
Copyright: Roger Berry
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