Babur Gardens – The marble mosque built in 1646 is located just below Babur’s tomb in six hectares of walled gardens which are currently being lovingly restored. The Babur gardens were laid out by the first Moghul emperor, Zahir-ed-Din Mohammad Babur Shah in the 16th Century. Despite their current condition, the gardens serve as a symbol of a return to more peaceful times and are enjoyed by the locals for weekend picnics.

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