Metcalfe's Canopy

Canopy From 1850s

On the peak of a grassy mound stands a stone canopy built in 1850s by Charles Metcalfe. In itself, Metcalfe’s hexagonal structure is unremarkable. It is the structure's lighthouse-like setting, commanding a view of the towering Qutub Minar, the lovely Jamali Kamali mosque and the rolling greenscape that enlivens your senses and takes your back in time.
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- Period: British Period - Hours: Daytime. - Cost: Free of cost. - Attire: No Special Attire Required.
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