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Describe the threat to the beauty of the Taj Mahal.

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Taj Mahal is our famous ancient monument which is showing signs of degradation, as its marble which is calcium carbonate, is being corroded by the frequent acidic rains. The reason for these acid rains is the presence of a refinery; Mathura chemical refinery which is releasing acidic fumes like sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide into the atmosphere.

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