Qtub Minar Miner Tree

Even the 800-year-old World Heritage Qtub Minar- for many years the world's tallest building -- is being threatened by the tenacious fig trees that grow in even the smallest cracks in every heritage building in India

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Bodhi Leaf Qtub Minar Miner Tree

Even the 800-year-old World Heritage Qtub Minar- for many years the world’s tallest building — is being threatened by the tenacious fig trees that grow in even the smallest cracks in every heritage building in India


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  • Latitude: 28.524378 ° north of the Equator
  • Longitude: 77.185377 ° east of the Prime Meridian
  • Altitude: 254.9 metres above sea level

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For the landmarked tree named Qtub Minar Miner Tree , the database reference code is: a061.


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