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Kristina Sequeira recently returned from India where she managed to take a few snaps with the Alameda Sun. She brought the paper here to the Gateway of India in Mumbai. Construction was completed in 1924 and the structure served as a ceremonial entry way for new British governors of the city called Bombay under British rule. Shortly after India got its independence, the last of the remaining British troops left the country through the gateway to signify the end of British rule. “I tried my best to take the Sun with me to Agra where the beautiful Taj Mahal is located,” wrote Sequeira. “Unfortunately, security confiscated it away.”

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