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" For miles round it," she said, " there is nothing to be seen but gigantic ruins of mosques and palaces, and the actual living city has the finest mosque we have seen yet. It is in such perfect preservation, built entirely of red stone and white marble,... "
'Up the Country': Letters Written to Her Sister from the Upper Provinces of ... - Page 94
by Emily Eden - 1867 - 396 pages
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The Governors-general of India: Second series, Volume 2

Henry Morris - Governors - 1896 - 172 pages
...only place, except Lncknnw, that came up to her expectations. " For miles round- it,'* .-he says, " there is nothing to be seen but gigantic ruins of...marble steps leading up to three sides of it ; these were entirely covered with people dressed in very bright colours — all assembled to see the GovernorGeneral's...
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The governors-general of India, Volume 2

Henry Morris - Governors - 1907
...the only place, except Lucknow, that came up to her expectations. " For miles round it," she said, " there is nothing to be seen but gigantic ruins of...entirely of red stone and white marble, with immense nights of marble steps leading up to three sides of it ; these were entirely covered with people dressed...
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