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SATURDAY 23RD FEBRUARY 2019
A THING TO DO THIS SATURDAY

in DELHI
Price: Free
Time: 40 mins
The Presidents' Body Guard has a long history as a regiment - dating back to 1773 - and you can see them in all their finery each Saturday, in front of the presidential palace of Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi, as they change personnel. Watch the parade (strong weather permitting) at 10am this Saturday. (Photo ID needed.)
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28.65°N, 77.23°E

Sunrise: 07:22
Sunset: 18:46
Weather: broken clouds, 19°C max, 10°C min


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