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FAQ - Qutub Minar

Q: Why is the Qutub Minar famous?
Ans: Qutub Minar is famous for being the largest brick minaret in the world which stands at a height of 72.5 metres and is also a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list.

Q: Where is the Qutub Minar located?
Qutub Minar is located in the Mehrauli region of South Delhi in India.

Q: Is Qutub Minar open throughout the week?
Ans: Yes, you can visit Qutub Minar on all seven days of the week from 7 am to 9 pm.

Q: Can we go inside Qutub Minar?
Ans: While people were allowed to enter Qutub Minar in the yesteryears, the doors of the tower were closed for general public after 1981 when 45 people lost their lives in a stampede.

Q: Why is the iron pillar near Qutub Minar so famous?
Ans: A mysterious component of the Qutub Complex, the Iron Pillar is popular for being built with such a unique metal composition that it is resistant to corrosion.


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