When we talk about Marble Structure, we are spellbound by the Taj Mahal, at Mirage Marble, Delhi’s best marble brand, we would like you to explore these top 3 under-rated marble structures in Asia.
Victoria Memorial (Kolkata, India)
The white marble building underscores the structural artfulness of the country’s past British rulers. Charged to commemorate the death of Queen Victoria in 1901, the commemoration’s development was finished in 1921. The structure houses memorable and unique paintings, compositions, books, photos and reports. The kind of marble utilized here is Makrana sourced all the way from west India – Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum (Nanjing, China)
Worked somewhere between 1926 and 1929, the sepulcher has a white marble sculpture of Dr. Sun Yat-sen – the principal leader of the Republic of China. His marble casket is put in the principal corridor. A marble passage, called “Paifang”, prompts the fundamental corridor. Arranged at the foot of Mount Zijin, the tomb has been intended to take after a huge bell when seen from above.
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Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram (Bangkok, Thailand)
Famously known as the Marble Temple, the Buddhist structure was developed with Carrara white marble brought from Italy in the mid-twentieth century. Marble was utilized in the development of the columns and the yard too. Gold carvings and two enormous stone lions flanking the passageway add to the beauty of the sanctuary.