Humayun's Tomb is a monument of immense historical significance in New Delhi, India. Built in 1570, it was the first major example of Mughal architecture in India and is the final resting place of Humayun, the second Mughal Emperor. Visitors to this sprawling complex are captivated by the grounds’ avenues of trees and formal gardens, as well as its majestic architecture. Adjoining the gardens is the tomb of Humayun, with its ornate white marble façade and the river Yamuna in the background. Inside, visitors can explore its 35m-high central chamber and four corner towers. Behind the main building is an impressive complex of other interesting tombs and monuments. Established in 1993 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Humayun's Tomb is a reminder of the wealth and power of the first Mughal dynasty and a living glimpse of India's bygone age.
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