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Bada Imambara

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Bada Imambara

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Asafi Masjid

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Asafi Masjid

The Asafi Masjid is a massive structure that is built without the support of any beams or girders. It’s a true architectural marvel. It was the first of the grand structures of Bada Imambara that were constructed by the Nawabs when the capital of Awadh was permanently transferred to Lucknow from Faizabad.

Badshah Bagh

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Badshah Bagh

Once a site for the festivities of the Basant Mela, housing the famous Meena Bazaar, the Badshah Bagh is now home to the prestigious Lucknow University. Rose-scented water is believed to flow through the wide canal in front of the Baradari.