The majestic white building of the renovated Currency Building, constructed in Italian style and standing gracefully on the Dalhousie Square, was built in 1883.
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Crowned with a lofty dome and decorated with tall Corinthian columns, the imposing building of the General Post Office of Calcutta, standing on the Tank Square.
07-11-2019 93 times Dibyendu Banerjee
Founded in 1814 and located on the busy Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Calcutta, the Indian Museum is the oldest and the largest museum in India.
26-10-2019 138 times Dibyendu Banerjee
The Victoria Memorial Hall of Calcutta, constructed of white Markana marble from Rajasthan, is rightly nicknamed as the Taj of Raj.
13-10-2019 89 times Dibyendu Banerjee
The National Library of India, situated on the lush-green scenic Belvedere Estate in Alipore, consisting of the Belvedere House and the 30-acre grounds surrounding it.
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The majestic building of Metcalfe Hall looks almost like an ancient Greek temple and reflects the British imperial architecture during the mid 19th century.
22-09-2019 101 times Dibyendu Banerjee
Located at 4 Esplanade Row West, the majestic and historic structure of the Town Hall is one of the most important heritage buildings of Calcutta.
08-09-2019 132 times Dibyendu Banerjee
At the time of its completion in 1780, the Writers’ Building, located on the north side of the Tank Square, was the first three-storey building in Calcutta.
24-08-2019 202 times Dibyendu Banerjee
Constructed in neo-Gothic style and opened in 1872, the majestic building of the Calcutta High Court stands close to the River Hoogly, as a symbol of justice.
13-08-2019 200 times Dibyendu Banerjee
The Bidhan Sabha Bhawan, located at 3 Esplanade Row, Calcutta is the West Bengal Legislative Assembly, where the legislation for the state of W.B are pronounced.
31-07-2019 169 times Dibyendu Banerjee
The Government House or the Raj Bhawan in Calcutta owes its existence to Marquess Wellesley, the Governor-General of Bengal from 1798 to 1805.