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Taj Mahal and Surrounding Countryside View from on top of nearby ruins
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View of the Taj Mahal and surrounding countryside from on top of nearby ruins that I believe where an old gate. This was shot from on top of a 15 foot pole to give you a view that has never been seen before. Below there is buffalo dung drying in the sun that will be used for fuel and in the open field area is where the children play cricket.
Copyright: Roger Berry
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Uploaded: 17/11/2010
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Tags: taj mahal; agra; india; ruins; countryside; buffalo dung
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