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Andhra Pradesh Tourism

Visakhapatnam city has many tourist attractions such as Kailashagiri park near the sea, Visakha Museum, Indira Gandhi Zoological Park, the INS Kursura (S20) Submarine museum, the Dolphins Nose, and the Lighthouse.
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Ramakrishna Mission Beach

Kataki waterfall is a beautiful scenic spot ideal for nature lovers. The waterfall is so called because of its location in Kataki. It falls from a height of 50 feet in Araku Valley and is quite close to Borra Caves. The waterfall is visible from tunnel no. 44 between Borra caves and Kasalka railway stations.

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Tirupati

Tirupati Temple: Form the Tirupati Railway Station just 4 km away is the Alipiri the starting point of the foot hill. From where People start climbing the Hills which has about 3550 steps. Climbing of the footsteps is an vow taken by the devotee. The 3550 steps cover all the 7 hills and total of 16 km from the foot of the hill.

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Bobbili is a town/mandal headquarters and a Municipality in Vizianagaram district of Adhra Pradesh. The town and realm of Bobbili was established by Pedda Rayudu during the 17th century, the 15th descendant of the Rajah of Venkatagiri.

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Araku Valley

Araku Valley is a part of Eastern Ghats which is located near Visakhapatnam. The undulating hills of the Araku valley are home to several species of flora and fauna and also make for an ideal tourist attraction.

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Hyderabad

The Godavari River flows a distance of 1,465 kilometres, making it the second longest river in India, after the Ganges. The town of Rajahmundry is located on the banks of Godavari River and the river is the widest at this point. Its width is about 5 kilometres from Rajahmundry to the other side, where Kovvur is located.

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Hotel Sri Uma International

Krishna Pushkaralu‬ is a festival of ‪River Krishna‬ which normally occurs once in 12 years. The Pushkaralu is observed for a period of 12 days from the time of entry of ‪‎Jupiter‬ into ‪Virgo‬ (‪‎Kanya Rasi‬).

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Srikakulam

Salihundam is a village nestled in Srikakulam District in Andhra Pradesh, which is famous for its Buddhist remnant sites. It is a historical village located atop the hills on the bank of the River Vamsadhra offering amazing picturesque views to the tourists. The village is visited by the Buddhist pilgrims from all around the country. The village allures Buddhist pilgrims from every corner of the world.

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Singagarayakonda Railway Station

Singarayakonda is a popular town situated in the Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh. The town derives its name from the hill (Konda) which is said to be of the lion (Singha). It implies that the shrine of Sri Varaha Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy who was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu lives in these hills.

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Srikakulam

Famous for its Srimukhalingeswara Temple, Srimukhalingam is a village nestled in the Srikakulam District in Andhra Pradesh. The temple is situated on the left banks of the river River Vamsadhra and is dedicated to three forms of Lord Shiva i.e. Someswara, Mukhalingeswara and Bhimeswara.

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Srikakulam

Srikurmam is a village in Srikakulam District in Andhra Pradesh, which features with famous Srikurmam Temple. The temple is witnessed by the devotees from all around the country. Its origin dates back to 1281 AD.

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