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This is the famous landmark called Charminar (the mosque of the four towers) in Hyderabad, India, built in 1591 the the Emperor Muhammad Qutb Shah to commemorate the eradication of plague. In later times it was used by the British Imperial authority as a warehouse for opium and liqueurs. The four minarets are said to represent the original four Caliphs of Islam.