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Jumma Masjid Ahd

What: A dome of the Jumma Masjid from the inside surrounded by lattice work stone screens
Where: Ahmedabad, India
When: September 2008

Photo credit: Poonam C
Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC-T10

Traveller’s tale: The Jumma Masjid is one of the largest in India, completed in the 15th century. While the size was expected, the intricate and beautiful carvings took our breath away. Every inch of stone was detailed with motifs that have resisted the vagaries of time and weather. It’s still in use as a place of worhip, today. More…

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About We That Travel

Indulging in our memories of journeys far & wide. One caveat: photographic memories and tales to tell are a must. With the song from the Dixie Chicks playing in the background, hit the road! "Hit the highway in a pink RV with stars on the ceiling Lived like a gypsy Six strong hands on the steering wheel I've been a long time gone now Maybe someday, someday I'm gonna settle down But I've always found my way somehow By taking the long way Taking the long way around"

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