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Interior of the Lahore Gate

June 30, 1858
Architectural and Building
Humayun II 1857-1877

Interior of the Lahore Gate



Fig. 91: INTERIOR OF THE LAHORE GATE, photograph by Robert and Harriet Tytler, 1858. The Lahore Gate had been where resided the commandant of the fort, appointed by the British, and the gateway has been remodelled on this side to provide accommodation for him. The Chatta bazaar extends from the gateway on the left and massed cannon have taken over from the gardens formerly here. British Library, London, Photo 193/(11).

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Very good information.


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