Dharamshala is surrounded by a rich repertoire of heritage monuments. They have stood the test of time and survived the devastating earthquake of 1905. Masrur is famous for its rock-hewn Temples sculpted from monoliths. These were built in 8th CE in Nagara architecture. St. John in the Wilderness Church is a short downhill trek from McLeod Ganj. The marvel of its Belgian stain-glass art makes it a must-see attraction on your Dharamshala sightseeing trip. The time honoured Kangra Fort, 20 km south of Dharamshala, gives you a glimpse into the bygone Rajputana era. It is believed to be the oldest fort in India.