Taj Mahal, other attractions shrouded in smog as India reopens to foreign tourists after coronavirus shutdown

Foreign tourists have been welcomed back to India after pandemic travel bans, but intrepid travellers will have to brave the intense pollution season to visit the country’s most famous attraction.Around the palatial gardens of the Taj Mahal, air quality deteriorates each winter, enveloping the white marble mausoleum in a thick coat of hazardous smog. The problem is replicated across whole swathes of northern India, where seasonal farm fires combine with vehicle exhaust and factory emissions to…

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