The Taj Mahal, India’s architectural crown jewel, was built over 350 years ago by a powerful ruler in honor of his beloved wife. This monument is recognizable to people around the world because of its symmetry, white marble, and the love story that brought it to life. There is an unspoken beauty about this building that has captured hearts for generations, and is captivating people still. Millions of people around the world come to Google to learn more about the Taj Mahal, even if they may never have the chance to get there.
Now, the whole world can experience the Taj Mahal on Street View. From the comfort of your computer, tablet or phone, take a 360-degree journey around the Taj Mahal as if you were walking around the building itself. Enjoy postcard views or discover rarely-seen perspectives; get up close to the hand-carved details and explore expansive landscapes. The Taj Mahal is just one of many locations in India collected by the Street View Trekker. Now people around the world can take a virtual journey to visit historical monuments like the Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb. Experience the beauty and wonder of India’s world-renowned treasures, now on Google Maps.