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    Overview Date of establishment- 1892. Area covered- 250acres. Location- The zoo is located in the heart of the city of Mysore, Karnataka. Know ...
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    85 Kms from Mysore, where the river Cauvery cascades down in two picturesque waterfalls, is Shivsamudra. These falls are best during the monsoons, nev...
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    14 Kms. northeast of Mysore is Srirangapatnam, an island fortress and the capital of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. Tipu�s summer palace, Daria Daulat, ...
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    Located in Kodagu and Mysore districts, deriving its name from Kannada, 'Naga' meaning snake and 'hole meaning streams, Nagarhole is truly a delightfu...
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    The Mahrajah's Palace is a magnificent three-storied structure with a five-storey tower designed by the English architect Henry Irwin, built out of lo...
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    Halfway down the Mysore-Ooty highway, the Deccan Plateau rises to meet the wrinkled folds of the Western Ghat mountains. Here lies one of India's best...
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    About St. Philomena's Church Located about 3 kms from the city bus stand is a well-known landmark of Mysore. It houses the relic of 3rd century sain...
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    Ranganthittu Bird Sanctuary Description : Area : 67 sq km Languages : Kannada, English, Hindi Best Time to Visit : June to November (9:00 a...
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    City: Mysore State: Karnataka Location: South India Altitude: 1062 m Type of Construction: Ancient Type of Building: Temple Dedicated To...
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    Biligirirangana Betta (B.R.Hills): 120 km from Mysore and 247 kms from Bangalore , the Biligirirangana range of hills is picturesquely situated betw...
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    Gopalaswamy Betta: Situated at a height of 1454 m the relatively unknown Gopalaswamy Betta is an idyllic and especially beautiful hill station tucke...
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    The Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery in Mysore is considered one of the best art galleries in South India because of its excellent collection of painting...
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    Another interesting a unique museum that adds to the character of Mysore city is the Folk Arts Museum. The museum is located in the magnificent Jayala...
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    Another attraction in the historical city of Mysore is the Regional Museum of Natural History that was inaugurated on 20th May 1995. The museum is loc...
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    Today there are number of Railway Museums in different parts of the country. But the first one was set up 1979 in Mysore. The museum is situated oppos...
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    The Karanji Lake situated at the footsteps of Chamundi Hills is spread over an area of 90 acres. One of the largest lakes in Karnataka, the lake affor...
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    Located in the peaceful and serene vicinity of the Mysore University, the Kukkarahalli Lake was built by Dewan Poornaiah in 1864 AD. The lake extensiv...
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    A fiesta of colorful traditions and sacred rituals, the Mysore Dasara Festival has transcended the confines of the state and is regarded as one of Ind...
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    Jaganmohan Palace is one of the oldest buildings in Mysore and is over a century and half old. Built in 1861, it housed the royal family when the old ...
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    Maharaja Chamaraja Wodeyar of Mysore had three daughters and two sons. The two sons of the Maharaja, Krihsanraja Wodeyar IV and Narasimharaja Wodeyar ...
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    The Lalitha Mahal Palace is situated 11 Kms from Mysore city on top of a small hillock. This Palace is set in the middle of sprawling terraced gardens...
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