My Red Fort Images in New Delhi India
One of the many things we enjoyed during our seven weeks traveling throughout India, was visiting the many historic sites around the country. The World Heritage Site – The Historic Red Fort in New Delhi, was no exception.
A magnificent historical site located in the City of New Delhi, India.
Historic Red Fort Images – A World Heritage Site
The Red Fort is situated at the edge of the Yamuna River in Delhi, also known as Old Delhi.This is without a doubt, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city.
This historic Fort dates as far back as 1638, when it was constructed as the official residence and palace of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.
It remained as an official palace for two hundred years!
Built of red sandstone, its massive walls surround the Fort for two kilometers reaching 33 meters in height in certain areas. A very impressive site to see as you walk towards the main entrance of the Fort.
During its period as a reigning Fort and Palace, there was once a huge ten meter deep moat surrounding the walls of the of this massive structure at that time!
Historic Red Fort – Inside the Walls
After making your way through the main gate, you will discover a number of outbuildings inside the walls. These include;
The Drum House;
Hall of Public Audiences;
The White Marble Hall of Private Audiences;
The Pearl Mosque;
Palace of Color.
Historic Red Fort Images – Stunning Architecture
The red sandstone together with the incredible architecture and size of the buildings, make this historic site absolutely beautiful. The craftsmanship is remarkable and truly unique for this Fort!
As you stroll among the buildings inside and out, you can feel yourself step back in time and imagine how life was inside these walls hundreds of years ago!
Visiting this Fort was certainly a great way to start off our 3 night stay in New Delhi, before heading by train to our next destination in India … the Holy City of Varanasi.
Be sure check my recent post on 🛺 How to Spend 3 Days in New Delhi. A look at how we spent our time during our short stay in this incredible city.
As well, I have a number of other posts and photographs on our amazing adventures throughout India that you may also enjoy. I’ve listed a few links below to my posts and photos.
There is so much to see and do in Delhi, and if you only have a few days to visit, then I do recommend having a plan of where and what you would like to see beforehand.
Getting around is easy and affordable, either by way of tuk tuk taxi or regular air conditioned auto taxi.
Below, I have listed the official UNESCO website page of the Red Fort, where you learn more about the history and see more photographs of this historical site.
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