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Taken at the entrance to Taj-ul-Masajid, the largest mosque in India, that is situated in Bhopal. It was started in the 19th century and finished around one century later.
Bhopal became famous for the worst possible reasons: it was here that the worst industrial disaster took place, a gas leak in a pesticide plant majority owned by Union Carbide Corporation. It was in december 1984 and almost 20.000 died from the disaster or from diseases related with it.
Bhopal is worth a visit and this mosque also. It was really hot to walk there barefoot, but I liked it.

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Viewed: 1997
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