I took this photo on Oct 1, 2010 from the 12th floor of the Intercontinental Hotel. There are 2 Intercontinental Hotels there in Kowloon.
Yes, Mohan Sharma justified the name of Purana Qilla as "Solahsingi fort". Mr. Aman Agnihotri was also right as "Solhasingi God". The temple situated right at the base of old fort named "Solhasingi Mandir". It may be the very first structure constructed near the top of hill, and may be the reason of it's Namkaran as Solhasingi Fort and the range called as Solhasingi Dhar.As per my knowledge from the old locality the fort was all ready there and Sikh warrior used these old monuments as temporary shelters while Goriillah actions against Muslim community before 300 years back. It means the fort was constucted much before 310 years by our Pahari Raja. Who built these structures this is the question?
Buena toma del Gran Cañon.
Glad they removed the airplane after the renovation.
Just found out that the British never occupied the fort. But I have no authentic proof either way.
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I was flying in a helicopter to Mount Assiniboine from Canmore when I took this shot. I don't know the name of this peak. The mountain was next to Spray Lake after I passed by the Three Sisters Peaks. Note the moon in the upper left side.
I was having dinner at the Plaza and was amazed by the view through the gate. So I took this shot.
Swartberg Mountains can be seen in the distance.
This is from my trip in 2006 when I was staying in Canmore.