Minto Park Overview
Minto Park, better known as the Madan Mohan Malviya park, is a public park located in Allahabad. Earl Canning, in 1858, read out Queen Victoria’s proclamation at this very park, making it one of the most historically significant places to see in Allahabad. According to this historical proclamation, the power over India was shifted from the hands of the British East India Company to the Crown of Britain.

Revisit history while at this park and photograph the sprawling green locales of the park. In 1910, a stone memorial statue of a four-headed lion was placed in this park by Earl Minto, after whom the park came to be known later on.

Location: Banks of the Yamuna River, Southern Allahabad

Open 24 hours
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