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Top Historical Places in Andhra Pradesh

The rich historical past of Andhra Pradesh is rightly depicted in its numerous historical places that are dotted all over the state. The ancient monuments, ruined forts and depleted structures brings back the memories of the bygone era and tell tales of the periods when the state was under the rule of various dynasties. Hyderabad the capital of state boasts of the best historical places in Andhra Pradesh such as Char Minar, Salar Jung Museum, Golconda Fort, Falaknuma Palace, Qutub Shahi Tombs and State Museum. All these places are renowned throughout the world and are considered as top tourist attractions in Andhra Pradesh. The ancient Ramappa temple located in Palampet village near Warangal, Borra caves, Medak Church, Mogalarajapuram caves, Warangal Fort, and many more historical places bare testimony of the glorious past of the state.
 
Undavalli Caves located at a short drive away in the Undavalli village of Guntur District, near Vijayawada are fine examples of the ancient rock-cut architecture that was prevalent in India. Built during the 4th-5th century, the four storied caves are located at the top of the high hills overlooking the Krishna River. The caves were built out from a single solid rock on the hillside.

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Undavalli Caves in Andhra Pradesh
 
 
The historic and ancient Ramappa Temple, also called as the Ramalingeswara Temple is situated at a distance of about 77 km from Warangal in Andhra Pradesh. The site where the temple is built was the ancient capital of the Kakatiya dynasty. It was during the period of Kakatiya ruler called Ganapati Deva, this temple was built by General Recherla Rudra in the year 1213.

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Ramappa Temple in Warangal, AP