Hyderabad: The City of Nizams

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Hyderabad: The City of Nizams
Hyderabad: The City of Nizams

Hyderabad: The City of Nizams

Hyderabad, the city of Nizams and the city of pearls has a very rich heritage of its own owing to its fascinating history of Nizams. This city is located in the southern part of India and is the capital of the state Telangana. There are many amazing places to visit in this beautiful city. Some of the most prominent tourist sites have been cited below. So take your Biryani, relax and let’s get started in Hyderabadi style.

  1. Charminar
Charminar
Charminar

Charminar is one of the most iconic structures in India and over the years, it has transitioned into a symbol that people associate with Hyderabad. Literally translated to ‘four minarets’, it was built in 1591 by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah.

This architectural marvel symbolises the history of Hyderabad and its culture. The markets outside Charminar are always lively and colourful that brings joys to all the tourists. The view from the top of Charminar is a reflection of the city itself. It is not just a structure, it is the personification of the culture of this beautiful city.

  1. Salar Jung Museum
Salar Jung Museum
Salar Jung Museum

Salar Jung museum is an art museum situated at the bank of Musi river in Hyderabad. Prior to being a national museum, it was originally a private art collection owned by the Salar Jung family. The museum has a huge collection of sculptures, paintings, carvings, textiles, manuscripts, ceramics, metallic artifacts, carpets, clocks, and furniture from Japan, China, Persia, Egypt and Europe. This world-class museum represents world history channelized into art and it is sure to please the eyes of the every art lover.

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  1. Golconda Fort
Golconda Fort
Golconda Fort

Golconda Fort is one of the most prominent places in the city of Hyderabad. Golconda is a citadel and fort in Southern India and was the capital of the medieval sultanate of the Qutb Shahi dynasty. The grandeur of this fort symbolises the grand, larger than life rein of the Nizams that symbolises the history of this city. The view from the top of Golconda Fort is mesmerizing as the entire city can be seen from that height. If you haven’t been to Golconda yet, this grand fort is going to be worth the while for you in every aspect.

  1. Hussain Sagar lake
Hussain Sagar lake
Hussain Sagar lake

Hussain Sagar is a necklace-shaped lake situated in Hyderabad and was built by Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah, and was named after Hussain Shah Wali. The lake has a calm and peaceful aura associated with it. A monolithic statue of Buddha is located in the middle of the lake and can be reached through ferry boats. This place has a special place in the heart of all Hyderabadis and the tourists seem to enjoy this beautiful place quite a lot.

  1. Ramoji Film City
Ramoji Film City
Ramoji Film City

Sprawling across 1,660 acres of land, the Ramoji Film City holds the Guiness World Record of the largest studio complex in the world. Built by Ramoji Rao in 1996, it has been a major tourist attraction and recreation centre. The huge campus encompass a number of a studios, hotels, resorts, fun parks and restaurants. This place signifies the modernisation of this culture-rich city and guarantees to give you an experience of a lifetime.

The beautiful city of Hyderabad is rich in its cultural heritage while it is also adapting to the fast pace of the changing times. The places of interest in this city are sure to give you some awesome memories to take home with you. If you haven’t had the chance to visit the city of Nizams, then what are you waiting for? Hyderabad is much more than the places mentioned here in this article. Experience it to believe it.

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