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Kasauli Town
India

Kasuli is a beautiful hill station located in Himachal Pradesh in North India. Built at the top of a hill the altitude of Kasauli is approximately 1927 metres above sea level. The Maurice Hotel seen in the panorama is an old landmark and was formerly known as the Hotel Maidens.

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