In case we need a break from breathtaking architecture, the next postcard comes from a completely different UNESCO site, the Keoladeo National Park!
The postcard email begins with this tidbit…
Extending over an area of 2,783ha, the park was established 250 years ago as a duck-hunting reserve until it was converted into a sanctuary in 1956. The Park is incredibly diverse with more than 370 bird species both permanent and migratory, 380 flora species and a variety of snakes, lizards, turtles and amphibians.
While I could do without seeing thé slithery things, it looks like there would be more than enough else to see on a visit!