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The Red Fort is a fortress in the Indian city of Agra, which served as the residence of rulers during the era of the Mughal Empire. Located above the Yamuna River, just 2.5 km from the Taj Mahal. Together with him, the Red Fort in 1983 was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Part of the territory of the Red Fort is currently used for military purposes and is inaccessible to visitors. The entire complex is in the shape of a crescent and is surrounded by a wall that is 21 meters high and has a perimeter of 2.4 km. The wall, like most of the structures in the Red Fort, is built of red sandstone, which gave the fort its name. The two main gates, the Delhi and Lahore gates, form the entrance to the Red Fort. Inside there are representative palaces, several mosques and gardens. The architectural style harmoniously combines elements of Islamic and Hindu architecture.