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Sagar Lake behind the City Palace in Alwar
India
Located just behind the City Palace, Sagar Lake was constructed in 1815 AD. Formerly used as a holy bathing ghat, Sagar Lake has been able to withstand the beatings of time. Over centuries, people have been following the sacred tradition of feeding the pigeons. It is this lovely pond that separates the City Palace from the surrounding pebbly hills. High up along the hill ridge you can see the Bala Quila fort.
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