Bhadrachalam Andhra Pradesh: The sacred town Bhadrachalam is famous for the abode of Sri Rama along with his consort Goddesses Sita. The place is located on the hills with the holy river Godavari, flowing near the temple.
Bhadrachalam has been a prominent place since the Ramayana Era, as it existed in its "Dandakaryana" wherein Lord Rama with His consort Sita and brother Lakshmana had spent their Vanvaasam (dwelling in the forest). It is believed to be the place where Ravana carried away Sita Devi.
While you are on a visit to Bhadrachalam, make it a point to visit other equally prominent temples like:
Sri Peddamma Temple - 30 Km from Bhadrachalam in Kesavapuram, Paloncha, there is a famous Ammavari (Goddesses) temple.
Sri Ugra Narasimha Swami Temple - a temple dedicated to man-lion incarnation of Lord Vishnu, about 90 kms from Bhadrachalam, the deity in this temple is up to 10 feet.
Sri Ramagiri Temple - This is a temple on a hillock, named Ramagiri in Kunavaram, 45 Km from Bhadrachalam. The deity is called as "Yoga Ramudu" here.