THE TAJ MAHAL

by: Maria Mariano

TAJ MAHAL

To begin with, imagine yourself inside the Taj Mahal. You are amazed of wonderful the bright colored walls are. Try to see what interesting characteristics you can talk about.This is a map of the Taj Mahal.

INSIDE THE TAJ MAHAL

Stone bricks are what hold up the Taj Mahal.The floor has amazing designs.The total stairs the Taj Mahal has is thirty nine- thousand one hundred forty seven stairs.The tombs are very white with Chinese writing and drawings.This interesting part of this ineradicable building is made out of white marble.

THE HISTORY OF THE TAJ MAHAL

The Taj Mahal was five hundred sixty one feet tall and one hundred one meters.They made it out of white marble, and also thirty two million rubies. Shah's wife died while giving birth to there fourteenth child.The Taj Mahal is located in Agra.At the end of the nineteenth century British viceroy lord curzon ordered in recteration project.Named the Taj Mahal in honor of Montez Mahal.

WHY WAS THE TAJ MAHAL BUILT ?

The Taj Mahal was built in sixteen thirty two and finished in sixteen forty eight it was also built so Shah could remember his wife that died in the Taj Mahal. Her tomb was in the Taj Mahal. Shah the emperor wanted to remember his wife Mumtaz.
Finally this was some important information about the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal has many realistic fact about it. About thirty thousand people go visit he Taj Mahal a year.Soon after the Taj Mahal's completion, shah Jahah was cought by his son Aurangezb and put under house arest.

FUN FACTS AND EXTRA INFORMATION

  • The Taj Mahal is one of the seven wonders of the word
  • In front of the Taj Mahal there is very clear water
  • It has a large garden, reflecting poo , and mosque
  • Taj Mahal means '' crown of palaces''
  • Shah- used formerly as the title for the king of Iran

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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