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The Delhi Gate is one of the six remaining gates which were the traditional entry points into the Walled City of Lahore in Lahore, Pakistan. The Delhi Gate was built during the Mughal period and is one of the original thirteen gates of the Inner City, of which only six survive. The gate was named after Delhi since the gate open east, in the general direction of that city. During the Mughal era, the gate served as the main gateway to Lahore, and its doors were shut every evening. The surrounding area includes several buildings of historical significance including the 17th century Wazir Khan Mosque, Shahi Hammam, and havelis.