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Wetlands in UP to be converted into tourist, academic & recreation hubs

In a bid to scale its popularity among tourists, authorities in Uttar Pradesh are considering developing some of its main wetlands as hubs for academic and tourist activities. These include eight wetlands, designated as wetlands of worldwide significance (Ramsar sites). Out of the 42 Ramsar sites in India, UP is home to the maximum number of sites.

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Tourism places in Lucknow to be open for visitors from June 16 onwards!

After a long interruption caused by the pandemic, tourist spots across Uttar Pradesh are all set to welcome visitors from 16th June. As per reports, the tourism department has issued directives for unlocking the centres and only 100 individuals will be allowed at a time within a campus. While the frequented spots are being revived for the tourists, the authorities have been asked to ensure complete adherence to the COVID protocol so that no lags lead to uncontrolled infections.

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Satkhanda in Lucknow is a red-brick beauty, which should be on your 'to-visit' list post lockdown

Lucknow truly has an array of monuments which speak highly of its cultural stance and amidst these historically significant structures, Satkhanda comes up in discussion sooner than later. A red-brick obelisk which is still hailed highly among historians for its towering beauty, Satkhanda attracts eyes from all over the city and beyond.

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