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What is the Golden Triangle in India?

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The Golden Triangle in India is made up of the cities of Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. They are almost equal distances apart and form a triangle. These cities are all located in the northern region of India.

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The Golden Triangle is a popular destination for tourists because it is located near roads that are well connected. It is also near railways, which make it easy to travel from one point of the triangle to the next. Delhi is the most popular of the three cities, and people often visit it first. It consists of Old Delhi and New Delhi. Both are rich in culture, and Old Delhi is rich in history. The Mughal rulers that once occupied the city have left behind numerous forts and monuments.

The city of Agra is the home of one of the Seven Wonders of the World: the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal is magnificent, and it is the most famous monument in India. The city of Jaipur is affectionately called the "pink city" because of its many pink walls. It is the home of the Palace of the Winds, which overlooks the city's main street. There are plenty of old palaces, forts and shopping to keep any visitor to the city occupied.

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