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Hazratganj, Lucknow
an old black and white photo of a city with tall buildings on the other side
'The Battery Near the Begum Kotee, Lucknow' Photographic Print - Felice Beato | Art.com
Photographic Print: The Battery Near the Begum Kotee, Lucknow by Felice Beato : 24x18in
an old black and white drawing of a palace
Antiqua Print Gallery | Antique maps & plans, old prints & engravings
INDIA: Imambara, or 12 Patriarchs, Lucknow, antique print, 1858
an old painting shows people walking in front of a building with a golden dome on top
Lord Hastings' party in an elephant procession approaching the Rumi Darwaza in Lucknow
an old black and white photo of a large building with domes on it's sides
Indian Mutiny | Sepoy Mutiny | Indian Rebellion | Uprising of 1857 | Rare & Old Vintage Photos (1857)
Rare Photos Of Indian Mutiny / Sepoy Mutiny / Indian Rebellion / Uprising Of 1857 - MERE PIX
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First gate of the Hussainabad, Imambara (1870s)
an old black and white photo of a large building with two towers on each side
Old Memories of Lucknow
The Rumi Darwaza and The First Courtyard of the Bara Imambara Complex - Lucknow 1860's
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Darshan Vilas Kothi and Choti Chattar Manzil
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[Jumina Musjid Gate, Lucknow] (The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection)
Beautiful Architecture : Jumina Musjid Gate, Lucknow, India (1858) by Felice Beato (English, born Italy, 1832 - 1909) | credit : getty.edu.com
an old black and white photo of a large building with many spires on it
Chhota imambara husainabad 1864... jama masjid in background..
an old drawing of a room with many people around it and a large red tent in the center
Bara Imambara - Wikipedia
Asif tomb - Bara Imambara - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
an old black and white drawing of people walking in front of a building with arches
INDIA. Gateway, Lucknow, antique print, 1857
Antique print from The Illustrated London News 1857 'Gateway at Lucknow'
an old photo of a large building with columns
Dilkusha Kothi - Wikipedia
The house was constructed around 1800 by the British resident Major Gore Ouseley,[2] a friend of the ruler of Oudh, Nawab Saadat Ali Khan. It was initially intended as a hunting lodge for the Nawabs of Oudh, although it was later used as a summer resort too. Changes were made to its design by Nawab, King Nasir-ud-Din Haider (1827-1837). The building had patterned walls and unusually no inner courtyard as was traditional in Indian architecture.