|• Body||Allahabad Municipal Corporation|
|Architect||C. B. Thornhill|
Lukergunj is a place in Allahabad, India. Built in 1906 initially for the Government Press employees, it is a posh residential area. Lukergunj, well known for its clubbing culture, was once predominantly occupied by British and Anglo Indians. It is situated one kilometer south west from the Allahabad Railway Station.
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- Jonathan M. Bloom, Sheila Blai (2009). The Grove Encyclopedia of Islamic Art and Architecture, Volume 3. Oxford University Press. p. 57. ISBN 8125013830.
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