The extremely popular “Bhul Bhulaiyan” or the Labyrinth is also a part of the Asafi Imambara. Some other places of interest are the Ram Krishna Math, Planetarium, Ambedkar memorial, Dilkusha, Shaheed Smarak, State Museum or Lucknow Zoo, Chattar Manzil and the Picture Gallery.
Lucknow is also plenty of British built sites. The Charbagh Railway Station has some of the distinctive pillars, arches ... More and domes. This is built by the British.
Some other architectural complexes in Lucknow that have been built by the British are the Clock Tower and State Legislative Assembly.
Lucknow is also the home of some of the oldest schools in India. Some of the noteworthy schools are Colvin Taluqdar’s College and the La Martiniere Lucknow.
There are also several well-kept parks in Lucknow that entice the crowds on weekends, holidays and evenings. Some of these are Lohia park, the Ambedkar Memorial, Aurobindo park, Swarn Jayanti park, Globe park, Begum Hazrat Mahal park and the Dilkusha park.
The prime geographical feature of Lucknow is the Gomti river that flows through the city. This city falls in the seismic zone III.
The weather of this city is warm subtropical. From December to February, there is a cool and dry winter. From April to June there are dry and hot summers. From mid-June to mid-September, this city ... More gets rainfall that averages to 1010 mm.
As per the census of the year 2006, the population of the city was 25,41,101.
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