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Have an eye for architecture & arms? Jaipur's Jaigarh Fort & its Jaivana Cannon will seal the deal

Set atop the Cheel ka Tila (Hill of Eagles) to act as a fortification for Amer Fort, the Jaigarh Fort offers a magnificent view of the Aravallis as it sits at an impressive height of almost 500 meters above sea level. Located hardly 15 km from Jaipur, tourists throng to this destination to bear witness to the Jaivana Cannon- the world's largest cannon on wheels at the time of its construction, back in the 18th century. Delight the history buff in you and make your way to Jaigarh Fort to enjoy a mini-vacation amid centuries-old architecture and iconic armaments!

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Make sure to halt at Panna Meena ka Kund on your way back from Amer Fort in Jaipur!

Dating back to the 16th century, Jaipur's Panna Meena Ka Kund is a functional stepwell that is said to be almost 450 years old. Although different in significance from the numerous forts that dot the map of Rajasthan, this historic structure has caught the eye of tourists for its aesthetic appeal. Fascinate yourself with the geometrical accuracy of this eight floored structure with a camera in hand, hardly 14 km from the Pink City!

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