Monuments in Leh

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  • Leh Palace

    Leh Palace

    If you are in Leh, it's really hard to miss the 17th century Leh Palace. It is a 15-minute walk from the Leh Market and has a unique beauty to it. Climb on top of this beautiful palace, partly restored from ruins and enjoy the views of the lovely valleys ...

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  • Leh Palace

    Leh Palace

    "Perched atop the deserted Namgyal Hill, the Leh Palace stands as a testimony of Ladakh's splendid heritage. This palace was constructed during the 17th century, under the patronage of King Singe Namgyal. It served as the regal residence of the Namgyal dynasty until the mid 19th century, after which the ...

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  • Riasi Fort

    Riasi Fort

    Nestled above the historical Leh Palace and Namgyal Tsemo Gompa, the Riasi Fort is a ruined yet prominent monument of the town. Alternatively known as General Zorawar’s Fort, it is the place where Jammu's Dogra rulers kept a large portion of their wealth. The fort was owned and named after ...

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