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Panna Meena ka Kund

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Panna Meena ka Kund

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Jaipur: Skip-the-Line Amber Fort E-tickets & guide Admission

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Skip the often-long entrance lines at the Amber Fort and Palace with this prepaid admission ticket. You can also opt to add a transfer service to your package, which makes for convenient door-to-door service. Independent travelers will enjoy exploring the Amber Fort and Palace on their own time.
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JayeshLC wrote a review 3 Feb.
Mumbai, India51 contributions25 helpful votes
This is in AMER Fort and very nice place for photo opportunity. You cannot climb down the steps and if you want photography done for any special occasion, you need to take permission as it is under UNESCO. It is very good site for Pre-Wedding Photo shoots and lot of film shootings have happened here.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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angelacollins3 wrote a review Jan. 2021
Salisbury, United Kingdom131 contributions11 helpful votes
Nice looking stepwell, would have enhanced the experience if we were able to walk down. The attraction is worth stopping at on the way to the Amer Fort
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gl0balCitizen2013 wrote a review May 2020
United Kingdom2,845 contributions330 helpful votes
This is a fascinating stepwell, which we found quite interesting, since we had never seen a stepwell before. It is an example of the extraordinary ingenuity of Indian people, who thought of this innovative way to store & utilise water in the arid lands of Rajasthan. It is well worth a visit, just because it is so different and unusual an architectural form. What is truly remarkable is that it was once bustling with life, the place where women gathered to get water from for their daily needs.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Dennis P wrote a review Mar. 2020
Montrose, United Kingdom28,118 contributions444 helpful votes
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It seemed to be abandoned as there was nobody there in charge of entrance or anything. It is a fascinating piece of architecture and the steps would be quite dangerous if you attempted to go down them. The water is covered in algae but you could imagine what it was like when it was fully operational.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Wen-D K wrote a review Mar. 2020
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin289 contributions37 helpful votes
I had read about the amazing stepwells of Rajasthan- but these go way beyond any written description. Truly something to see - incredible architectural fete and a brilliant concept used in the past to gather water. As the water level dropped, you would simply walk down to the next level. Used in the past for both water and social gatherings.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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