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There are many places to see around Lucknow that should be visited by anyone who is traveling to the city of Nawabs. In Lucknow it has many places to travel, some of the places around Lucknow city are also worth traveling to. These places are no less than foreign and local tourist attractions and are a part of the rich cultural heritage of Lucknow. In order to know more about the popular and well-known places around Lucknow .There are various excursions from Lucknow city.

Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary

The Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary is one of the major wildlife sanctuaries of Uttar Pradesh,India. Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary can be visited as a part of excursions from Lucknow. The bird sanctuary is spreads over an area of less than Three square kilometers.

Naimisharanya Misrikh

Naimisharanya Misrikh temple, Located at a distance of around 94 kilometers from Lucknow.
It is a most important pilgrimage center and attracts devotees from all over India.

Kukrail Reserve Forest

The Kukrail Reserve Forest is located at a distance of around 15 kilometers from Lucknow. Major attractions of this reserve are a deer farm and crocodile nursery. It has been urbanized by the Forest Department of Lucknow and is a good picnic spot and tourist attraction. In this forest also have a rest house, Children's Park, and cafeteria. The animals are found here in their natural habitat are a variety of deer like ‘Black Bucks’, ‘Sambhar’, and ‘Spotted Deer’. The forest reserve also has a good collection of birds.

Deva Sharif

The Deva Sharif is an important place of worship of not just the Muslims but also the Hindus, Located at a distance of around 25 kilometers from Lucknow city. It is basically the tomb of the respected Sufi saint, Syed Haji Waris Ali Shah.

This shrine attracts a large number of devotees during the months of October - November. A major festival called Urs Festival is held over here during this time in the honor of the saint.

Shah Najaf Imambara

The monument of Shah Najaf Imambara is situated on the banks of River Gomti in Lucknow. The tombstone is still well maintained by the concerned authorities. The tomb of Ghazi-ud-din Haider is done in silver while the tomb of his wife Mubarak Mahal is a more imposing structure that has works done in gold and silver. The entry of the tomb is flanked by a beautiful and attractive garden that sprawls across the entire area.

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