Taj Mahal is the most Googled landmark on the planet
Perhaps the best landmark, the widely acclaimed Taj Mahal tops the rundown of most Googled tourist spots on the planet. The Taj Mahal bested the rundown by beating other significant landmarks, for example, the Statue of Liberty, Big Ben, London Eye, Stonehenge, and so on. The outcome has risen after research was led by Columbus Direct, a movement insurance agency. The analysts took a gander at Google’s watchword organizer, and found this.
The Taj Mahal, situated in Agra, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known as the Symbol of Love. The examination demonstrated that the Taj Mahal has 1417650 month to month look over the world, beating Machu Picchu in Peru that gets 1269260 month to month look through around the world.
The Taj Mahal was worked in 1632 by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, whose spouse Mumtaz Mahal is covered in a tomb inside it. The white marble structure pulls in individuals from around the globe, including superstars and heads of states.
Different landmarks in the rundown
Burj Khalifa in the UAE is on third spot with a month to month search of 1103950; Niagara Falls in the fringe of the USA and Canada gets 945810 overall quests in a month; and the Eiffel Tower in France stood fifth with 916270 hunts worldwide every month.
Nepal’s Mount Everest stood seventh in the rundown, behind UK’s Stonehenge, while America’s Statue of Liberty was eighth. The Great Wall of China was positioned 27th in the rundown, and Mount Fuji stood 35th. The excellent Sistine Chapel in Vatican City was positioned at the base, holding the 50th position.
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