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Lotus Pond, Neemrana
India

Neemrana fort palace at night. Located 100km from Delhi Airport, the Neemrana Fort Palace is one of India's oldest heritage hotels.

Copyright: C b arun kumar
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Tags: neemrana; alwar; rajasthan; india; delhi; hotel; amphitheatre; resort; night; illumination
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