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Talk about a new Public Building or Place that you would like to visit IELTS CUE CARD (SEPTEMBER to DECEMBER 2019)

Posted: September 11, 2019 at 11:46 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

Talk about a new Public Building or Place that you would like to visit

  • Which building or place is it?
  • Where is it?
  • When would you like to visit it?
  • With whom would you like to visit?
  • Why do you want to visit it?

There are many public buildings or places, which I would like to visit. Here, I would like to talk about the Statue of Unity in the Narmada district of Gujarat. It is a colossal statue of Sardar Vallabhai Patel, who was the first Home Minister of Independent India. His expression, posture and pose show the confidence and the iron-will of this great person.

I would really like to visit this architectural marvel. This statue can withstand winds of 180 km/hour and can resist an earthquake of 6.5 on the Richter scale. I came to know about it from the news channels on TV. It was on all news channels in January 2019. This Statue of Unity was first open to the public on 3rd Jan 2019 It is the world’s tallest statue. It was built in just 33 months. It is made of bronze and is about 600 feet tall. I would like to visit it with my family, as I would like to enjoy this place with them.

Ending lines- A new public building or place that you would like to visit

Most probably, we will visit it in December this year. I have read a lot about it on the internet. Apart from the statue, there are several other things here, which are worth seeing. The ticket is Rs. 350/- per head. It includes the entry to the observation deck, valley of flowers, the Sardar Patel Memorial, museum and audio-visual gallery, the Statue of Unity site and the Narmada River. More than 2 million people have visited the statue already. It has become a major tourist attraction of India

colossal – भारी

architectural– वास्तु

earthquake- भूकंप

bronze – पीतल

observation – अवलोकन

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