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Thotlakonda Buddhist Heritage Site Entrance View, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India by dreamVizag

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One of Vizag's breathtaking locations, a 16th Century Buddhist Complex discovered during an Indian Navy aerial survey. For further information refer the following links-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visakhapatnam#Thotlakonda

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This panorama was taken in Visakhapatnam

This is an overview of Visakhapatnam

Visakhapatnam, also known as Vizag, is the second largest city in Andhra Pradesh, after the state capital Hyderabad. It is the industrial capital of the state with major industries such as Steel Plant, HPCL, Hindustan Shipyard, NTPC, etc. It is blessed with a natural harbour and houses the Headquarters of Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy. Popularly known as the City of Destiny is a jewel on the east coast of India. It has some breathtaking beaches, thronged by the Eastern Ghats. Naturally formed red sand dunes(reminiscents of rivers), Buddhist monuments, etc., add to the beauty of the city.

For more information refer to the Wikipedia page.

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