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Sheesh Mahal (Palace of mirrors) at Lahore fort, Lahore, Pakistan
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Sheesh Mahal (Palace of mirrors) is famous for its beautiful intricate mirror artwork. Its walls and ceiling are made with thousands of small mirrors. This artwork is unique in whole world. This is a UNESCO world heritage site. It is situated at Lahore fort, Pakistan.

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