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Telangana Tourism – Charming Vistas of Hyderabad

Written By: Manoj

The scenic city of Hyderabad which stands on the banks of River Musi still emotes till date the grandeur of the Nizam's who once ruled over this region.

It was previously known as Bhaganagar but later on got the name Hyderabad. The city has to its credit many monuments and structures of the bygone era that still stand here and provides grandeur to the place.

Also known as the 'City Of Pearls' you will be left dazed by the beauty and grandeur of the monuments present here. Here is a pictorial guide to the city of the Nizam's, Hyderabad.

Charminar
  

Charminar

Marvel the architecture of the Charminar.

Photo Courtesy: Yashwanthreddy.g

 

Chowmohalla Palace
  

Chowmohalla Palace

Visit the palace of the Nizams.

Photo Courtesy: Smshussaini

 

Durgam Cheruvu
  

Durgam Cheruvu

Evening at Durgam Cheruvu.

Photo Courtesy: Nishantshah

 

Falaknuma Palace
  

Falaknuma Palace

Be amazed by the structure of the Falaknuma Palace.

Photo Courtesy: Joe Lachoff

 

Golconda Fort
  

Golconda Fort

Explore the ruins of the Golconda Fort.

Photo Courtesy: Karthik Uppaladhadiam

 

Hayath Bakshi Mosque
  

Hayath Bakshi Mosque

Admire the beauty of the Hayath Bakshi Mosque.

Photo Courtesy: Nagarjun Kandukuru

 

Mecca Masjid
  

Mecca Masjid

Pigeons in the courtyard of Mecca Masjid.

Photo Courtesy: pranav

 

Osman Sagar Lake
  

Osman Sagar Lake

Head for a picnic with your family on the banks of the Osman Sagar Lake.

Photo Courtesy: Sankarshansen

 

Paigah Tombs
  

Paigah Tombs

The tombs of the royal family.

Photo Courtesy: shash17

 

Raymond's Tomb
  

Raymond's Tomb

The tomb of the French General.

Photo Courtesy: Bhaskaranaidu

 

Shilparamam
  

Shilparamam

Travel to the handicrafts village of Shilparamam.

Photo Courtesy: Sankarshansen

 

Spanish Mosque
  

Spanish Mosque

Marvel the architecture of the Spanish Mosque.

Photo Courtesy: Nikkul

 

Taramati Baradari
  

Taramati Baradari

The rest house built by the Emperor Abdullah Qutub Shah.

Photo Courtesy: Chiranjeevi Ranga

 

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