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Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh
Makkah Masjid, Prominent mosque in Hyderabad
Charminar - An iconic 400 year-old landmark of Hyderabad, featuring four graceful minarets.
Falaknuma Palace - Built by Nawab Viqar al-Umra', a beautiful and stunning piece of architecture.
Golconda Fort - located on the outskirts of the city, Golconda Fort is one of the most magnificent fortress complexes in India.
Salar Jung Museum - houses the largest one-man collection of antiques in the world.
Birla Mandir - An elaborate white marble temple with majestic views of the city and the Husain Sagar (lake).
Birla Planetarium - located in the heart of the city on the panoramic hillock of Nawbat Pahad.
Husain Sagar - man-made lake that separates the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.
Chilkur Balaji Temple, also known as Visa Balaji Temple
Osman Sagar, also known as Gandipet, is a lake near the city.
NTR Gardens, the 'samadhi' of former Chief Minister Shri.N.T.Rama Rao.
Purani Haveli - The former official residence of the Nizam.
Sanghi Temple - A temple dedicated to Venkateshwara which graces a promontory overlooking Sanghi Nagar.
Madhapur - The IT Capital of Andhra Pradesh.
Nagarjuna sagar on Krishna river in Nalgonda district

Bhadrachalam - a sacred place for Lord rama in khammam district
Parnashala - a sacred place where Lord rama lived during his 14 years forest life , located in Khammam district 35kms from Bhadrachalam.
Jamalapuram - Known as telangana chinna Tirupathi , an abode of Lord Venkateshwara , located in khammam district 80kms from khammam town.

Bhongir fort:Famous single stone hill with fort , 45 km from Hyderabad (Wgl-Hyd highway)
Yadagirigutta: Famous Laxmi Narasimha Swamy Temple, 50 km from Hyderabad (Wgl-Hyd highway)

Warangal, capital city of Kakatiyas
Warangal Fort,Warangal
Ramappa Temple, Historic temple located 77 kilometers from Warangal District.
Thosenpiller Temple(Veyisthambala Gudi), Hanamkonda, Warangal District.
Bhadrakalai Devesthanam, Hanamkonda, Warangal District

Basara Saraswathi Temple, a temple of Saraswati, one of the two temples in India, which is located in Adilabad Dist 60 km away from Nirmal Temple Web site

Medak: Famous for outstanding church & Medak khila


Vemulawada - Rajarajeshawara Temple: Located 38 km from Karimnagar built by chalukyas between AD 750 and 975. Kaleshwaram : 130 km from Karimnagar
Dharmapuri : On the banks of River Godavari, 78 km from Karimnagar, is the 15th century temple town of Dharmapuri.
Nagunur Fort : The village of Nagunur is about 8 km from Karimnagar Town.
Dhulikatta : 20 km from Karimnagar is Dhulikatta an important Buddhist spot visited by monks from all over the world.
Kondagattu :About 35 km from Karimnagar is this breathtaking temple of Lord Anjaneya Swamy. Apart from the temple, the fort of Kondalaraya & Bojjapotana caves are worth seeing at Kondagattu.
Molangoor Quilla : 30 km from Karimnagar, strategically located on summit of a big isolated granite hill, this fort was built by the Kakathiyas.
Manthani : Ancient center for Vedic teachings. It is located on the banks of River Godavari, and at a distance of 70 kilometers from Karimnagar.
Elgandal fort : Located 15 km away from Karimnagar.

Nirmal:is very famous for handicrafts and paintings
Alampur : is a temple-town, Home to the very ancient Navabhramma temples and is referred to as Dakshina Kashi. The principal deities at Alampur are Brahmeshwara and Jogulamba.
Kuntala Water falls : Adilabad district.

Mahabubnagar Alampur
The most famous temples here are the Nava Brahma Temples, a group of nine temples built by the Chalukyas.
Jetprole: Located 9 kms from Kollapur & 158 kms from Mahabubnagar, this place is famous for the ancient.

Nizambad,Lake Asok Sagar,7 km (4.3 mi) away from Nizamabad
Archaeological and Heritage Museum
Quilla Ramalayam
Domakonda Fort
Sri Laxmi Narshima Swamy Temple
Famous for Astah(8 Corner) Muki(faced)


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