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St. James Church

St. James Church New Delhi is a beautiful and historic Anglican church located in New Delhi, India. The church was built in 1871 and is one of the oldest churches in New Delhi. The church is a popular tourist destination due to its beautiful architecture and location. The church features a beautiful stained glass window and a variety of artwork. The church also has an interesting history that includes involvement in the Indian independence movement.

2.79 km away

Cathedral Church Of The Redemption

The Cathedral Church of The Redemption, New Delhi, is one of the most beautiful and prominent religious structures in India. The church was designed by British architect Edwin Lutyens and built between 1924 and 1931. The cathedral is located on Rajpath in New Delhi, near the India Gate monument.

The cathedral's exterior is dominated by its massive central tower, which reaches a height of 309 meters (1,014 feet). The tower is crowned with a spire that rises to a height of 269 meters (853 feet). The exterior of the cathedral is decorated with intricate carvings and statues.

Inside the cathedral are several important religious artifacts, including a copy of the Holy Bible dating back to 1611. The cathedral also contains a number of paintings and sculptures by renowned Indian artists.

3.22 km away

National Museum Delhi

The National Museum of India, commonly referred to as the National Museum Delhi, is the national museum of India in New Delhi. The museum was inaugurated on 12 February 1931 by the then Viceroy of India, Lord Irwin and it became a part of the Indian Council of Historical Research in 1984. The museum has an area of over 150,000 square feet (14,000 m2). The museum has an extensive collection that includes artifacts from various parts of India as well as from abroad. The museum also houses a library with over 80,000 volumes. The National Museum Delhi is divided into four wings: Ancient and Medieval Art, Painting and Sculpture, Arms and Armour, and Coins and Medals.

3.70 km away

Salt march Statue

Salt march Statue New Delhi

The Salt March Statue, inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 15 January 2019, is a towering tribute to the resilience of the Indian people in the face of immense adversity. The bronze statue depicts a figure on a chariot ascending a mountain, symbolising the journey towards freedom. The statue was sculpted by Bishan Singh Bedi and dedicated to the people of India on the eve of International Women’s Day.

The Salt March was an important event in the history of India, commemorating the courageous protest march undertaken by millions of women across the country in March 2017 to demand access to clean water and sanitation facilities. The government eventually agreed to their demands, and since then there has been significant progress made in improving sanitation and water access for all Indians.

4.69 km away

National Rail Museum

National Rail Museum New Delhi is a museum dedicated to the history of rail transport in India. The museum has a collection of locomotives, rolling stock, and other artifacts from throughout Indian rail history. The museum is located in New Delhi, near the old Purana Qila railway station.

7.38 km away

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