Bangalore Tourist Places

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Cubbon Park
The Cubbon Park was designed by Sir Richard Sankey, the then Chief Engineer of Mysore in 1864. The park is named after the former Commissioner of Bangalore, Sir Mark Cub..Read more
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Cariappa Memorial Park
In the fond memory of the Field Marshall Mr. K.M. Cariappa, the park was built in 1996 from a segment of Parade Grounds, near MG Road in Bangalore. A colossal seven foot..Read more
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The State Archaeological Museum
The State Archaeological Museum was built by Colonel Sankey during 18th century at bangalore, Karnataka. Having completed in 1876 the museum had some additions in the su..Read more
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Lal Bagh Garden
Lal Bagh garden is the famous botanical garden developed by Haider Ali during 17th century, situated in lal bagh, bangalore. Built akin to the style of Mughal Gardens, t..Read more
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Tipu Sultan Summer Palace
Tipu Sultan's Palace, Bangalore: Built in the year of 1537 by Kempe Gowda, this two-storied palace is rebuilt by Haider Ali and his son Tipu Sultan during 1791. Some of ..Read more
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Sankey Tank
The Sankey Tank, yet another water spot situated in Sadasivanagar near the Vyalikaval Circle in Bangalore city. It is a place to relax, named after a person called ..Read more
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The British Council Library
The British Council Library is located on #29 of St. Marks Road, where there is a huge collection of books, ancient literature, journals, audio, video repositories can b..Read more
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Government Museum
The government museum was built during 18th century and was made open to public in 1886. It is located near the southern part of the Cubbon Park on the Kasturba road. It..Read more
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Planetarium
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, situated near the Raj Bhavan in Bangalore. The  Planetarium was built during 1989 which is an informative resource of modern science&n..Read more
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Ulsoor Lake
The lake of Ulsoor is an artificial lake located right in the heart of the Bangalore city. Earlier it was known as Halsur or Alasur. The lake was dug by Kempe Gowda II d..Read more
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Bangalore Palace
The beautiful Bangalore Palace is located in the city of Bengaluru (Bangalore). The palace stands in the heart of the city, situated near Vasanthnagar.  It took mo..Read more
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Attarah Kacheri Complex
Attarah Kacheri is located near the Bangalore Palace. In Hindi, "Attarah Kacheri" means Eighteen Offices. These offices are presently used by the High Court of Karnataka..Read more
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Gandhi Bhavan
The building of Gandhi Bhavan is located on the Kumara Krupa road, where a Gandhi memorial organization called "Gandhi Smarak Nidhi" has been organizing a picture galler..Read more
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Venkatappa Art Gallery
The Venkatappa Art Gallery is located on the Kasturba road. The gallery is built in the memory of Sri K. Venkatappa, a famous painter of the late 19th century. His popul..Read more
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Viswesvarayya Industrial Museum
Visvesvaraya museum is located on the Bangalore's Kasturba Road and is built in memory of Sir Mokshagundam Viswesvarayya, an expert early generation architect. The museu..Read more
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Tipu Fort
Bangalore's Tippu fort was built by Chikkadevaraya and later renovated by Haider Ali and Tipu Sultan. The Ganesha temple within the premises and the beautiful carvings o..Read more
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