Husainabad Clock Tower
Husainabad Clock Tower is one of the captivating facades of Lucknow standing high in the sky that has a lofty structure. It is located adjoining to the Rumi Darwaza. It is identified a perfect example to the artistic and structural skills of the Englishmen. It is considered a tallest among all the clock towers in India built in the year 1881.
Chota Imambara is a historical landmark of Lucknow that showcases a inquisitive mixture of Charbagh, Persian and Indo-Islamic structural designs. It is built in the year 1837 and looks flawless with its golden dome, gold-edged mirrors and silver throne.
This enchanting monument of the yesteryears holds a motivating story behind its fortified facades. It is wonderfully designed monument
where one can see a placid stream runs through middle of the garden. It shows the miracles of artistic brilliance and structural magnificence. The interiors of this site are amazingly ornamented with Arabic calligraphy and intricate glass works.
Rumi Darwaza is a superb entry to a magnificent tombstone which stands to the west of Bara Imambara. It was constructed in the years 1784-1786 at the reign of Asaf-ud-Duala. It has 60 feet high lofty entrance that made of wood or iron to support it from outside.