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    Zoological Gardens is situated at Alipore Road, the horticultural garden houses the Zoo of Calcutta, with many wild animals in natural enclosures. It ...
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    St. Paul's Cathedral was the first 'Episcopal Cathedral Church' in an oriental country. Bishop Wilson patronized the construction of this church which...
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    A little south of BBD Bagh is the Church of St. John, which dates from 1787. The overgrown graveyard here has a number of interesting monuments, inclu...
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    This is a 48 meter high monument, built with a unique blend of Turkish, Egyptian and Syrian architecture and is named after Sir David Ochterlony. In 1...
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    Rabindrabharati Museum has a collection of Bengal renaissance artifacts and is situated near Girish Park on Chittaranjan Avenue. The Museum concentrat...
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    This is a unique and fascinating sight at Curzon Park, where hundreds of rats scamper about in a meshed enclosure.
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    A remnant of the British era, this is one of the largest horse racing turfs in India. Many important and prestigious racing events are held here regul...
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    Venue for the International Table-tennis Tournament in the seventies, Netaji Indoor Stadium is located in front of the High court, beside the Eden Gar...
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    A popular amusement park located in Salt lakecity in Kolkata, Nicco Park opened its gates to the public in 1991, & in the years since has seen the...
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    This is a perfect educational center for children, with a collection of models depicting Hindu epics, the Ramayana and Mahabharatha besides housing a ...
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    Housed in the former residence of the Lieutenant Governor of Bengal popularly known as Belvedere Estate, The Calcutta public library and Imperial Libr...
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    Late Satyajit Ray inaugurated and patronized this center of culture housing three cinema halls one of which is dedicated in screening art movies. ...
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    Built in 1835 by a Bengali Zamindar on Muktaram Babu St. a narrow lane off Chittaranjan Ave, this palace houses an interesting collection of curios, s...
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    One of the 51 Shakti Peeths, the Kali Temple in Kalighat (Kolkata is visited by hordes of religious devotees from across the country and outside. Beli...
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    This museum was built in 1875,which was originally founded by Nathaniel Wallich, known as Jadughar, located at the corner of Sudder Street and Chowrin...
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    Completed in 1781 to serve as an impregnable fort at Maidan, Fort William, named after King William III, now serves as the Military Head quarters of t...
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    The lush environ is also the venue for exotic plant and flower exhibitions.
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    Developed in the 1920s by Calcutta Improvement Trust, this man-made lake was initially named as Dhakuria Lake. Later in 1958, the name was changed to ...
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    Built in 1847 by Rani Rasmoni the place where Ramakrishna attained spiritual vision while working as a priest of Kali temple, on the banks of Ganges, ...
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    48 Kms South of Calcutta, Diamond Harbor so named by the British, is a popular excursion spot for the locals where Ganges bends south on its way to se...
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    The wholesale and retail trade in Calcutta is concentrated in Burrabazar located north of BBD Bag. It is a bewildering medley of crowds and merchan...
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    The landmark Gothic building constructed in 1872- West Bengal High court is one of the oldest located near Eden Gardens. It is the highest seat of jud...
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    This is the largest planetarium in the World near the Government of India tourist office providing a view of the stars and the solar system. For enthu...
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    Indian Botanical Gardens, originally found in 1786 along the west bank of Hoogly, containing about 12,000 living plants and over two and half million ...
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    In 1897 Swami Vivekananda founded Ramakrishna Mission in loving memory of his Guru Ramakrishna Paramhansa who preached unity of all religions. The Int...
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    40 Kms from Calcutta on the banks of River Hoogly, lies Bandel with the oldest church four centuries old, which is a pilgrimage center for the worship...
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    Bengali art piece collections can be seen at Ashutosh Museum of Indian Arts located within the premises of Calcutta University. Established in 1937, i...
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    Sir William Jones founded this Asiatic Society in 1784 under the patronage of Warren Hastings, which is famous for collection of Indology, Literature ...
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    Ancient Indian coin collections are the main attraction in this Academy of Indian Coins and History located at 361/B Rabindra Sarani.
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    Contemporary Indian Art, Medieval Indian miniature paintings, weapons, sculptures, Indian textiles and Kashmir shawls are some of the fine collections...
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    Address: Kolkata City: Kolkata State: West Bengal Location: East India Year of Construction: 1926 AD Type of Building: Mosque Religion: I...
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    Address: Bandel which is 43 kms from Kolkatta City: Kolkata State: West Bengal Location: East India Year of Construction: 1660 AD Construct...
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    The Pareshnath Jain Temple is made up of various mirrors, glass mosaic and colored stones. The temple is situated in Shyambazar and it overlooks the b...
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    This is the Parsee place for worship and offering prayers. The Parsees are the followers of Zorathrushtra. They worship the 'fire' as sacrosanct. Thei...
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    St. Paul's Cathedral was the first 'Episcopal Cathedral Church' in an oriental country. Bishop Wilson patronized the construction of this church which...
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    St. John's Church was built by the grave of Job Charnock, the founder of Kolkata. Set up in 1820, the church building has an impressive bearing, styl...
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    About Sundarbans National Park The vast swampy delta of the two great Indian rivers, Brahamaputra and the Ganges extends over areas comprising of man...
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