Mysore Tourist Places

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Krishna Raja Sagar Dam
Krishna Raja Sagar Dam, Mysore (KRS Dam): The Krishna Raja Sagar Dam is located at the confluence of the three rivers - Kaveri, Hemavati and Lakshmanathirtha near Mysore..Read more
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Mysore Palace
Mysore Palace, Mysore: The Mysore palace occupies a prestigious place among the tourist attractions of Mysore. Also known as the Mahrajah's Palace, the attraction is a m..Read more
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Mysore Zoo
Mysore Zoo, Mysore: Another major tourist attraction in Mysore city is the Mysore Zoo. Formally, Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens is Spread across 245 acre..Read more
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Brindavan Gardens
Brindavan Gardens, Mysore: Situated at the base of the Krishnaraja Sagar Dam and built across the river Cauvery, Brindavan garden is 19 km northwest of Mysore City. The ..Read more
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Ranganatha Swamy Temple
Ranganathaswamy Temple, Mysore: Located at Srirangapatanam, the name of this town is derived from the famous Ranganatha Swamy Temple. Just few kilometres away from Mysor..Read more
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Karanji Lake Nature Park
Karanji Lake Nature Park, Mysore: A water body amid lush green environment is the Karanji Kere (Kere is Lake in Kannada language) in the heart of the city of M..Read more
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Chamundi Hills and Chamundeshwari Temple
Chamundi Hills & Chamundeshwari Temple, Mysore: Chamundi Hills is 13 kms from Mysore by road or by climbing up by the 1,000 steps laid out by the Maharaja in the 17t..Read more
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Jaganmohan Palace
Jaganmohan Palace, Mysore: Jaganmohan Palace, also known as the Sri Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery was the other retreat for the royal family of Maharaja Krishnaraja Wode..Read more
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Lingabudi Lake
Lingabudi Lake, Mysore: The Lingabudi Lake is located in Sriramapura which is about 8 kms from the centre of the city of Mysore. This picturesque lake also attracts nume..Read more
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Kukkaranahalli Lake
Kukkarahalli Lake, Mysore: Built by Dewan Poornaiah in 1864, the Kukkaranahalli Lake is located in the peaceful and serene vicinity of the Mysore University. The lake ex..Read more
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Lalitha Mahal
Lalitha Mahal Palace, Mysore: Situated 11 kms from Mysore city, Lalitha Mahal is a heritage building standing on a beautiful location overlooking the Chamundi Hills. It ..Read more
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Regional Museum of Natural History
The Regional Museum of Natural History is another important attraction in the historical city of Mysore. Inaugurated on 20th May 1995, the museum is located on the banks..Read more
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St. Philomena s Church
St. Philomena's Church, Mysore: St. Philomena's Church is an important attraction for the religious traveller and is a must watch among the tourist attractions of Mysore..Read more
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Folklore Museum
Folklore Museum, Mysore: Also Known as Folk Art Museum, Situated in the distinguished Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion close to the Kukkarahalli Lake (University campus), ..Read more
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Oriental Research Institute
Oriental Research Institute, Mysore: The Oriental Research Institute is an honoured establishment which has a rich and amazing accumulation of Sanskrit holographs. Found..Read more
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Rail Museum
Rail Museum, Mysore: The Rail Museum was set up in 1979 in Mysore, which is home to priceless locomotives, coaches, paintings and photographs narrating the "Rail Story"...Read more
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