this big wedding cake,whose dome is inspired to the san Giorgio church in Venezia,rises from the greenest part of this terribily chaotic and polluted city.
a mountain of white marble testifies the colonial british grandeur with somehow irritating insistence,but inside are on display very interesting works of the english painters Daniel,romantic lovers of indian folklore and mistery,and the incredible Acktinson's collection of prints ,depicting the campaign in Afghanistan.
this is the most amaziong war reportage of the past.
some of the drawings are very famous to the readers of books about the Raj history,like the one with the Kiber gorge,a real masterpiece which make us understand the situation and atmosphere better then a photo.
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