By DMT |
Update Date: February 08, 2021, 00:04
There is no shortage of tourist places in Hyderabad. Apart from the beautiful monuments of the city, the joy of delicious biryani and traditional dishes, Hyderabad has a lot to do with tourists. There are many malls along with a unique old market for those who are fond of shopping. People interested in history can see the magnificent architecture of magnificent mausoleums, castles, forts and mosques spread across the city.
The first place in Hyderabad that you miss to rotate is Charminar. Just as the Taj Mahal in Agra, the Eiffel Tower in Paris is famous, and the glory there is, Charminar is the pride of Hyderabad. It is located in the heart of the city, mean in the heart. Themonumentwas built by Mohammad Porter Qutub in 1591. The architecture of Charminar reflects the decorated style. The reason behind the construction of the monument was a deadly epidemic, taking the lives of many people during that period. The memorial was constructed to guard the people. The four minarets here are 48.7 meters long. There is also a mosque inside Charminar and 45 spaces for prayer. It is a very crowded area due to the city being located in the heart of the city. There is also a market around where things can be bought cheaply.
Golla Konda which means a hill of shepherds. It was built in the 13th century at the time of the Yadav dynasty, but was later handled by the second dynasty, Kakatiya, Bahmani. The Qutub Shahi and Mughals have also reigned after these dynasties. The sound effects are very good in the fort, if you stand in the door and clap, it will also hear its sound in Bala Hisar, about 1 kilometre away. That royal palace and beautiful wall are its main attractions. It is one of the stronger forts of India.
Ramoji Film City
This huge film studio complex located on the outskirts of Hyderabad is a testimony to the love of Andhra Pradesh with films. This Disneyland of cinema has more than 500 different sets, which are used for Hindi, Telugu and other regional films. It has been certified as the world's largest film complex in the Guinness World Record. Tourists can choose different theme-based and tour by age. For example, Ramoji Movie Magic Tour will take tourists from action studios, on a cinema-inspired journey via mini train. Which ends with the amusement park. Many theme restaurants and shopping outlets here fulfill your experience. In this theme park, you can enjoy favorite romantic songs and scenes with your lover.
In this unique museum, sizeable cars have been displayed in different forms. It is the brainchild of Sudhakar of the museum, whose name is the Guinness Book record of making the largest tricycle. You can see their comical imagination in different shapes of their car, where cars have been transformed into burgers, high Ad shoes, bags, cameras and computers. All these vehicles have been made from scrap by Sudhatax, which can also be run at a very low speed.
It is considered to be the country's first theme park, the park has plenty of options for children's recreation. There is a place to play in the snow, my go rounds, sculptures and snow fall sessions. Rainforest (rainforest) and horror-theme parks, the campus also has racing courses and game arcades.
This beautiful palace is located at a height, so it was called Falaknuma, which means the mirror of the sky. The palace was built by an Italian architect for the fifth pagah emir. Which was later won by nizam. Nizam was very fond of art, he invited a kind of sculptures, paintings, furniture from every corner of the world in this palace. There is a sound and light show in the evening, which explains the history of the Golconda Fort. It is currently being looked after by Taj Group, and is being built as a heritage hotel.
Nehru Zoological Park
Spread over 300 acres in Bahadurpur, Hyderabad, the park has more than 1500 animals. It was established in 1959 and was inaugurated in 1963. Here you will find a lot of animals like lion, royal bengal tiger, white tiger, rhinoceros etc. here. There is also an Indian cobra, star turtle and large giant tortoise. There can also be an elephant ride. Also here is lion safari park, train for children and natural history museum.
Hussein Sagar Lake
It is Asia's largest man-made lake. It is located just 2 kilometers away from the city centre. It connects the cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, called the Twin Cities. The excavation of this lake was started during the period of Ibrahim Coolie Qutub Shah in 1562 AD. In the heart of the lake is the Buddha statue, which is 16 metres high. The lake has ferry bihar facility. The lake also has water sports like cruise, skiing, para sailing, etc. There is more space around this lake. It has NTR Garden, Sanjeeva Park, Lumbini Park, which has a large big enjoy.
In this man-made lake you can see the captivating sixth of the progress. This beautiful lake was built at the time of Nizam. There is also a garden of herisons, where you can see large quantities of reindeer and a variety of birds are also found here. It is a great picnic spot, with a beautiful view of the promotion as well as a good accommodation facility. You can have fun here with your whole family.
BirlaTempleis located in kala hill in the last of the south of The Hussein Sagar. This beautiful temple is built with white Marvel stones. The structure of this temple will look like theSouth Indianand Aryan temples. Standing in this hill temple, you can see the beauty of the lake, and the whole city is visible from here, which you will see. In the temple, Venkateshwara is the idol of God. This statue is a replica of the idol of Tirumala Tirupati. This temple has the same Birla Science Museum.
It was built in 1951. Themuseumhas objects at the time of Salar Jung III. The museum is classified as a section for Indian art, European art, Middle East art, Far Eastern art and children. The museum has antiques from different parts of the world. Indian sculptures, bronze sculptures, Persian carpets, porcelain, jade carvings, wood carvings etc. can be seen here.
The Mecca Masjid was built about 400 years ago, at the time of Sultan Mohammad Qutub Shah. He was the sixth Royal Sultan of Hyderabad. About 8,000 workers were involved in the construction of the mosque. Mohammad Qutub Shah personally laid the foundation stone of the mosque.
The Osman Sea was built in 1920 in the Musi River to provide drinking water to the people of Hyderabad and to save people from floods. In 1908, a major flood disaster occurred in the city of Hyderabad, which killed many lives. It was built during the last Nizam Osman Ali Khan's reign in Hyderabad, so the lake was named after him. Here is the recreational park, resort, etc., which people go to see. Today, this lake is just a means of recreation, it does not supply water.