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Kurnool Tourist Attractions

The fort belonging to the Vijayanagar Empire is now in ruins. Standing atop the five rocky-granite hills, it houses Jama Masjid, a classic example of Islamic architecture.

The village sports an ancient gateway, very much alike the Gateway of India of Mumbai.

The Prahlada Varada Laxminarasimha Temple in its lower parts and Nava Narasimha shrine, situated atop a plateau at 2,800 ft above sea level are the highlights of the place.

Situated at the confluence of Bhavanasi and Krishna Rivers, it is also known as Sapta Nandi Sangam. The temple here sports a wooden Lingam.

The shrine of Mahanandiswara and the surrounding temples is known for their architectural beauty and panoramic location. The annual temple festival is in February-March.

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