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Allahabad has three seasons: a hot, dry summer, a cool, dry winter and a hot, humid monsoon.Summer lasts from March to September with daily highs reaching up to 48 °C in the dry summer (from March to May) and up to 40 °C in the hot and extremely humid monsoon season (from June to September).The city is home to colleges, research institutions and 2 dozen central and state government offices.Allahabad has hosted cultural and sporting events, including Kumbh Mela and the Indira Marathon.
Allahabad has a humid subtropical climate common to cities in the plains of North India, designated Cwa in the Köppen climate classification.
Allahabad has many buildings featuring Indo-Islamic and Indo-Saracenic architecture.
Although several buildings from the colonial period have been declared "heritage structures", others are deteriorating.
The most common birds found in the city are doves, peacocks, junglefowl, black partridge, house sparrows, songbirds, blue jays, parakeets, quails, bulbuls, and comb ducks.
Large numbers of Deer are found in Trans Yamuna area of Allahabad.