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Travel to the Ancient Forts of Andhra Pradesh

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Andhra Pradesh is popular for its rich culture, traditions and heritage. The state is known as one of the key trading regions along the coast and throughout history has had many foreign communities coming here to do business. The spice trade here led to many of the traders fighting against one another to take control of the region, which in turn led to the construction of forts that were symbols of power and marked the territories of the traders.

With the passage of time, these forts have taken a beating down, but they still showcase the splendour they once held. Tourists coming to Andhra Pradesh will always be fascinated by the vast cover of green and the beautiful blue sea. But for those who want a taste of history, they should visit these forts. Here is a look at some of the stunning forts of Andhra Pradesh.

Chandragiri Fort

Chandragiri Fort

The majestic Chandragiri Fort.

Photo Courtesy: Magentic Manifestations

Vizianagaram Fort

Vizianagaram Fort

The walls of Vizianagaram Fort.

Photo Courtesy: Kalyan Kanuri

Khammam Fort

Khammam Fort

A tower at Khammam Fort.

Photo Courtesy: Pavithrans

Kondaveedu Fort

Kondaveedu Fort

The artistic architecture of Kondaveedu Fort.

Photo Courtesy: Abdaal

Medak Fort

Medak Fort

Stairs leading into Medak Fort.

Photo Courtesy: Varshabhargavi

Gandikota Fort

Gandikota Fort

Evening at Gandikota Fort.

Photo Courtesy: Tvjagan

Warangal Fort

Warangal Fort

The ruins of Warangal Fort.

Photo Courtesy: ShashiBellamkonda

Golconda Fort

Golconda Fort

Aerial view of Golconda Fort.

Photo Courtesy: Low Jianwei

Devarakonda Fort

Devarakonda Fort

A view of the region from atop Devarakonda Fort.

Photo Courtesy: Ssjasper2003

Rachakonda Fort

Rachakonda Fort

Entrance to Rachakonda Fort.

Photo Courtesy: Ylnr123

Gooty Fort

Gooty Fort

Gooty Fort on top of a hill.

Photo Courtesy: Imrx100

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