Distance between Varanasi and Meerut is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Varanasi has been known to be a cultural centre in the Northern part of India. The city is famous for its temples and embankments. Varanasi is associated not only with Hinduism but also with Buddhism and Jainism. It has now grown into industrial centres for silk, muslin, ivory and sculpture.
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St. John's Church: Established in 1819 in Meerut Cantonment, this church was completed in 1822.
Dargah of Shah Pir - Situated near Shah Pir Gate, the Moghul mausoleum, the red stone construction was built in 1620 A.D., by Noor Jehan.
Jami Masjid - Hasan Mehdi, a minister of Mahmood Ghaznavi, in 1019 A.D, built the mosque.
Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary - Founded in 1986, in Meerut, Ghaziabad, Bijnore and Jyotiba Phule Nagar, The Hastinapur Sanctuary sprawling in an area of 2073 sq. kms, is inhabited by varied types of wild animals like the swamp deer, chital, nilgai, wolf, leopard, hyena, gharial and wild boar.
Martyr's Memorial - The Martyr's Memorial is a tall white-stone structure located at the Bhaisali Grounds where many freedom fighters were hung in the 1857 struggle.