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Dargah Hazrat Abbas, Monument of Lucknow
Dargah Hazrat Abbas is a two-hundred-year old Dargah situated in the city of Lucknow. It is a much revered Dargah constructed by Nawab Saadat Ali Khan in 1798.
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