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Popular Cities of Andhra Pradesh

The cities in Andhra Pradesh showcase the ancient and historical past of the state and are a perfect blend of its rich cultural diversities. The state has been ruled by various dynasties and its cities like Hyderabad, Vijayawada and Warangal having served as the capital of these empires at different points of time. The historical monuments, temples and structures built by its erstwhile ruler's bear testimony of the rich historical past of the state. Major cities in Andhra Pradesh offer its visitors with wide ranging attractions such as ancient temples, forts, palaces, museums, beaches and wildlife sanctuaries.

Each and every city in Andhra Pradesh has its own unique attraction for which it is famous like Hyderabad is renowned for its monuments and museums, Tirupati for its temples, Warangal for its ancient ruins and Vishakhapatnam for its beaches. Tourists get the real taste of India in terms of history, culture and people on their visit to the vibrant cities of the state. Moreover, they get to spend some wonderful time shopping and enjoy the delicious cuisine as well.
Hyderabad the capital of Andhra Pradesh is the fifth largest metropolis of India. Also known as the "City of Nizams", "City of Pearls" and recently "Cyberabad" because of the IT boom in Hyderabad, the city was founded on the River Musi by Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah in 1591-92. The twin city of Secunderabad and Hyderabad are separated by an artificial lake called Husain Sagar. Hyderabad is one of the most vibrant cities in Andhra Pradesh and a top tourist destination in India. The city is a fine blend of ancestral heritage and the modern IT sector. The Charminar, Salar Jung Museum, Falaknuma Palace, Golconda Fort, Ramoji Film City, Nehru Zoological Park and Mecca Masjid are some of the top tourist attractions in Hyderabad.

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Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
The port city of Vishakhapatnam also known as Vizag is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Andhra Pradesh. The city named after the Hindu God Vishaka has a rich cultural and historical heritage. It was part of the ancient Kalinga Empire and was ruled by the great King Ashoka. As-of-now it has developed into a leading industrial city in Andhra Pradesh and is home to the head quarters of the Eastern Naval Command which is the biggest ship building yard in the country. Major tourist attractions in Vishakhapatnam include Borra Caves, Scenic Araku Valley, Bheemil, Lawson's Bay and Rishikonda Beaches, Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary and Smritika Submarine Museum.

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Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh