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Andhra Pradesh

 

Andhra Pradesh

 

Raymonds Tomb - Malakpet: Raymonds Tomb Located in Saroornagar, about 10 km from Hyderabad city centre, the Raymond's Tomb is a 7m high black granite obelisk or the pillared shrine dedicated to Jaochim Raymond, a Frenchman, who was the Comptroller of Ordnance in the court of Nizam Ali Khan.

The Nizam's Museum - Hyderabad: The Nizam's Museum Located in the stately Purani Haveli, the palace acquired in the year 1750, by the second Nizam, is now transformed as a museum with a fascinating collection. The Nizam's museum showcases the gifts & mementos presented to the last Nizam on the occasion of Silver Jubilee Celebration in 1937.

The Salar Jung Museum - Hyderabad: The third largest museum in India, the artifacts are kept in 36 huge halls, painstakingly collected by Mir Yusaf Ali Khan, (Salar Jung III), the prime minister of Nizam of Hyderabad. The Salar Jung Museum contains over 35,000 exhibits as varied as Persian carpets, wood carvings, miniatures, armory and clothing. The Jade Room has swords, daggers and clothing of Mughal emperors and Tipu Sultan.

Victoria Museum - Viyayawada: Victoria Museum place for archaeology lovers, Victoria Museum has a watchfully preserved collection of ancient sculptures, paintings, idols, weapons, cutlery and inscriptions.

Warangal Fort - Warangal: Warangal Fort, 12 kilometers from Hanamkonda was built during the 13th century by the Kakatiyas. The impressive fort has four huge stone-gateways. Built by one of the Kakatiya Kings, Ganapathi Deva and his daughter Rani Rudrama Devi, one can still spot some exquisite pieces of sculpture here.

A.P.State Museum - Hyderabad: A visit to the Andhra Pradesh State Museum is a delight for art lovers. A.P.State Museum Located in the picturesque Public Gardens, the museum boasts of one of the richest repositories of antiques and art objects in the country. A.P.State Museum Built in 1920 by the Nizam VII, the museum building itself is a fine model of Indo-Saracenic architecture.

Amaravati Museum - Amaravati: Amaravati Museum collection includes the antiquities from other Buddhist sites in Andhra Pradesh belonging to the 3rd Century BC to about the 12th Century AD, a gold necklace from Gummadidurru, relic-caskets with bone-relics and gold flowers.

Asman Garh Palace - Hyderabad: Asman Garh was designed and built by Sir Osman Jah, a noble belonging to the Paigah family and single time Prime Minister of Hyderabad State.

Bhagavan Mahavir Government Museum - Cuddapah: Bhagavan Mahavir Government Museum of historical and archeological significance is the Bhagavan Mahavir Government Museum in Cuddapah. Bhagavan Mahavir Government Museum is a money house of very old stone sculptures, bronze icons and inscriptions dating back to several centuries.

Charminar - Hyderabad: The Charminar is as much the signature of Hyderabad as the Taj Mahal is of Agra or the Eiffel Tower is of Paris. Charminar stands in the heart of the old city. Built in 1591 to mark the end of an epidemic of plague it is a magnificent edifice. It is believed to have been built as a charm to ward off a deadly epidemic raging at that time.

District Archeological Museum - Nizamabad: The District Archeological Museum houses number of artifacts and antiquities representing the evolutions of human civilisation right from Paleolithic to Asafjahi times (i.e., 16th AD).

Falaknuma Palace - Hyderabad: Falaknuma Palace is located in Falaknuma, about 4 km South of Charminar. Falaknuma Palace built in 1870 by Nawab Vikar-Ul-Ulmara, the Prime Minister of Hyderabad, it is a stupendous palace which has a image gallery, a luxurious welcome hall with cabinets containing diamond, crystal and emerald objects. Falaknuma Palace is a rare blend of Italian and Tudor architecture.

Gandhi Hill - Vijayawada: The first Gandhi Memorial with seven stupas in the country was constructed on this hill at a height of 500 ft. The 52 ft. stupa was unveiled on 6th October, 1968 by Dr. Zakir Hussain, the then President of India.

Golconda Fort - Hyderabad: Golconda is one of the well-known forts of India. The name originates from the Telugu words 'Golla Konda' meaning "Shepherd's Hill". Golconda was originally a mud fort, which passed to the Bahmani dynasty and later to the Qutb Shahis, who held it from 1518 to 1687 A.D. The first three Qutb Shahi kings rebuilt Golconda, over a span of 62 years.

Qutub Shahi Tombs - Hyderabad: The history of Hyderabad begins with the establishment of the Qutub Shahi dynasty. Owing to the inadequacy of water and frequent epidemics of plague and cholera Quli Qutub Shah established the new city with the Charminar at its centre with four great roads fanning out in four cardinal directions.

Kondapalli Fort - Kondapalli: Kondapalli Fort is located 16 km away towards West from Vijayawada City and is built on a hill. Prolaya Vema Reddy, build this fort during 14th Century. Later came under the rule of the Qutub Shahis who strengthened and elaborated by totaling new structures.

Legislative Assembly - Hyderabad: Legislative Assembly Built in 1913, the building was originally the Hyderabad State Town Hall. The structural design is a synthesis of Rajasthani and Persian styles, with an all-white, aesthetic look. Situated adjoining the picturesque Public Gardens, a massive statue of Mahatma Gandhi in a sitting posture is erected at the entrance park to the Assembly.

Osmania University - Hyderabad: Osmania University established in 1918 by the late Nizam of Hyderabad, Osmania University was the first university in India to impart education in a vernacular language the university buildings are splendid, especially the Arts College building which is a perfect example of Indo Saracenic architecture.

Paigah Tombs - Hyderabad: Paigah Tombs Built of lime and mortar, these tombs are outstanding examples of Indo-Saracenic architecture.

Purani Haveli - Hyderabad: Purani Haveli Built by the first Nizam of Hyderabad, it is a large building bounded by high walls where the Nizam used to hold his cabinet council meetings.