Hyderabad houses large number of tourist attractions that houses a number of places of interest. Visitors and tourist from all over the world can get to find out and enjoy all the attractions starting from the historical places to visit to the beauty of nature, the city has all. Check out the following lines for more information. (Image by JimReeves)
Museums in Hyderabad
Birla Science Museum or Birla Planetarium is equipped with modern Japanese technology, this planetarium is situated on Naubat Pahad. Another fantastic museum in hyderabad is Salar Jung Museum, which is famous for housing and one of the highest one man antique collections in the world and this museum also displays items such as Mughal miniatures, Persian carpets, Japanese lacquer ware, Chinese porcelain and some famous statues. There are also other museum such as Andhra Pradesh State Archaeological Museum, Health Museum, and Nizam’s Silver Jubilee Museum that definitely pleasure your eyes.
One can make excursions from Hyderabad to the nearby regions. There are many enthralling places in the vicinity to the capital of Telangana with an array of travel attractions. Check out the following places for your references.
There are many places in Warangal that are bound to leave you with great memories. Warangal, located around 200 km from Hyderabad was once the hub of Telugu culture. The Warangal Fort is known for its wonderful architecture.
Another famous destination is the Nagarjunasagar, which is located 150 km from Hyderabad. With world’s tallest masonry dam across river Krishna, Nagarjunasagar is a popular tourist destination of South India. Apart from this, other worth visiting attractions in the place are the island museum of Nagarjunakonda and the beautiful waterfalls of Ethipothala.
Keesaragutta is another popular destination, situated about 35 km from Hyderabad. It is a historic temple village and was once the capital of the great Vishnukundin dynasty.
Basar in Telangana is located 240 km from Hyderabad. It is situated on the banks of the mighty Godavari River in adilabad district. It is famous for the only Saraswati temple in South India.
Yet another destination known as Pochampallym, which is located in Nalgonda district and is situated about 35 km from Hyderabad. This lovely village is renowned in the country for its gorgeous, hand woven silk and cotton saris.
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