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The Taj Mahal Just Joined Twitter And Indians Are Sharing Their Fondest Memories There

Users have been posting pictures taken at the monument under the hashtag #MyTajMemory.

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The Taj Mahal, a mausoleum in Agra, is one of the seven wonders of the world and just became the first Indian historic monument to join Twitter.

Twitter: @TajMahal

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav officially launched the Taj Mahal Twitter handle on Saturday.

In tribute, Indians have been tweeting their most memorable experiences there.

Pic clicked by me on last visit in 2009 #MyTajMemory

#MyTajMemory this place never ceases to amaze me. My 3rd visit to @TajMahal for parent's 25th❤️

Performing live: storytelling and songs by the @TajMahal ... #MyTajMemory Taj handle, a lovely idea! @yadavakhilesh


The 1st project which I led. March of Indian Civilisation exhibition @TajMahal. Spent 2 weeks there #MyTajMemory

Okay @TajMahal - here's my #MyTajMemory (2011)

With wifey last year #MyTajMemory @TajMahal

“Taj Mahal was built as a team; without a team, it was a far dream.” ― Vinita Kinra @TajMahal #MyTajMemory


Twitter, meet the @TajMahal: the first historical monument in the world to have its own Twitter account! #MyTajMemory

Still in awe! Picture taken on 25/6/2014, at around 7:30am.#MyTajMemory. A true world wonder! @TajMahal

See more Twitter users' Taj Mahal memories here.