India has always been and will always be a popular tourist destination of the country. Boasting of religious shrines, beaches, shopping arcades, food joints and most importantly, historical places, the city draws tourists from all over the world across the year. One of the top historical places in the city of Mumbai is the Gateway of India, which was built by the British empire in the year 1924 to celebrate the visit of Queen Mary and King George V to this place. This colossal structure overlooks the Mumbai harbour and is one of the unique monuments of India. If you are planning holidays in India, then a visit to this structural wonder is a must.
You’ll have good time with your family or friends at Rocky Point in Mexico. There are many gorgeous historical places to visit.This city is not only famous for historical places but also here local market, jewellery and hotels are excellent. Heritage hotels in Jaipur also know for its beauty, royal facilities, heritage look and warm hospitality.
Some of the most famous Historical places to visit in India. The Taj Mahal The Taj Mahal located at the bank of Yamuna River is a UNESCO world heritage site. Carved out of marble, it attracts large number of tourists from across the world. It is India’s most recognized monument that is one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. Taj Mahal is basically a tomb of the wife of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan- i.e. Mumtaz Mahal. Known as epitome of love, it is believed that he built it in her memory to exhibit his love for her.
At the time, Italy was a place full of ingenuity and historical significance. Rome was considered the most important city in existence and the Roman Empire had expanded to conquer much of Europe, bringing both Roman and Italian influences to the rest of the world. One of the most interesting stories of this time was the calamity that took place in Pompeii, the site of one of the biggest and most destructive volcanic eruptions in history.
For those interested in historical and archaeological relics, which have been unearthed from Sonargaon, the Jainal Abedin Museum is a good place to visit. You can still see the intact shrines of Shah Abdul Alia and Panjpirs, and the Tomb of Sultan Ghias ud Din. If you travel just out of Sonargaon, into the countryside, you will see an example of a Moghul Palace and an old museum. These two buildings are located on beautiful grounds with lots of birds, trees and plants, a pond and a number of sheltered walks.
Along the southern coast on the Kona side, you’ll find Captain Cook, Kealakekua Bay, the Place of Refuge and Honaunau Bay. All of these make for a perfect full day’s exploration to add to your road trip planner, with historical places and monuments, great scenic shots of the bays and snorkeling/swimming at Honaunau Bay, considered the second best place to snorkel or scuba with turtles, fish, and huge coral growths!We have lot of pictures. You can also share these historical place pictures. Share with your facebook.