Oriental Scenery/Part 3/Plate 16

No. XVI.

PALACE OF NAWAUB SUJAH DOWLA, AT LUCKNOW.

The view of this Palace is taken from the opposite bank of the river Goomty, which receives its name from the very great irregularity of its course. It is navigable to the Ganges, and unites with that river near Siedabad, frequently passing under high and picturesque banks in a richly cultivated country.

Lucknow is six hundred and forty-nine miles N. W. of Calcutta.

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Palace of Nawaub Sujah Dowla, at Lucknow.