Hyderabad is located in India, and it is considered the capital of the southern state of Andhra Pradesh, governed respectively by Qutb Ahis and the Mughals and then Nitamus which formed its history, and includes many places and landmarks that attract large numbers of tourists from all over the world, such as mosques, churches and temples; therefore Here we will address the most prominent tourist attractions, and includes the following.
Tourism in Hyderabad
The most important tourist attractions in Hyderabad:
- Falnakuma Palace: It was built by the italyn architect for that italyn architecture mainly includes marble, and contains a set of stairs and decorative fountains, and a group of the Taj Mahal has now developed its development.
- Charminar: It was established by Hyderabad when he planned the city as a whole in the year 1591 AD, and it consists of four minarets with a height of about forty-eight meters above the surface of the earth and includes specific distances for prayer, and is characterized by architecture and beautiful and striking style, while the visiting hours in it will be from nine to half past seven.
- Mecca Mosque: It is located to the southwest of Charminar, and it has been called by this name because the bricks used in its construction were brought from Makkah, specifically the central arc through which it was built.
Tourist places in Hyderabad
Among the distinctive tourist places in Hyderabad:Read:The Seven Wonders of the World
- Golconda Castle: One of the most famous castles and forts in India, initially built from clay in the period between 1518 CE to 1687 CE, was used to protect against Golkonda who eventually overthrew it.
- Qutb Shahi Cemeteries: Built specifically for this king and characterized by its great heights and the Hindu architectural style used in it, and was used for its gray granite construction, and it was decorated with plaster, and all Shahi dynasty was buried in it.
- Perla Mandir: It is called the Venkateswara Temple, built of marble, specifically white, and very similar to Tirumala Tirupati.
- Birla Planetarium: It is the largest in India and is currently equipped with the latest technology from Japan.
- Salar Jung Museum: It includes a large collection of world artifacts coming from Mir Yusuf Ali Kham and Salar Jung III. It also contains Chinese ceramics in particular, and the Japanese ironwork, in addition to a group of famous and international statues, such as Margaret and veiled Rebecca.
- public parks: A series of beautiful folk parks, which are characterized as operating and open to all, and includes the Jubilee Hall and the International Archaeological Museum, in addition to a large theater outside.
- Hitech City: One of the most modern commercial cities that follows technology in its uses.
- Chao Mohala Palace: It was built on a group of stages between the years 1857 AD and the year 1869 AD, to form today one of the most beautiful monuments in existence, and includes four palaces in European style.