A thirteen-story well that dates back to the 8th century
Although it may be hard to believe, this construction is actually a well. It is called Chand Baori and is located in the village of Rajasthan. It boasts India’s deepest and largest stairwell with its 3,500 steps. Locals used to go down to access the waters and escape the heat, but it is now closed off.
There is a five-degree temperature difference between the top and the deepest part. A curious fact is that the oldest sections of the structure date back to the 8th century and the newest to the 18th. This means the stepwell groups wildly different architectural styles.