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South India Travel --› Andhra Pradesh Cities

Andhra Pradesh Cities Guide

Adilabad CityAdilabad City
The Adilabad district is bounded by Maharastra State in the East, West and North directions, Karimnagar and Nizamabad districts in the South direction. This district was earlier called as Ethlabad. This place was under the rule of the kakatiya Velma and Qutubshahi and Asaf Jahin Kings. This district was formed in the year 1905.

Ananthapur CityAnanthapur City
This District is coined to be the area wise biggest district in Andhra Pradesh. The Boundaries of Anantapur district are Cuddapah district, Chittoor district and Karnataka State border, Karnataka State and Kurnool district in the East, South, West and North directions respectively. The Place was under the rule of Pallava, Chalukya, Rastra Kuta, Nolamba, Chola and Vijayanagara Kings. Later on it came into the possession of Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan. It is one of the four districts of Rayalaseema.

Chitoor CityChitoor City
This District was formed in the year 1911. This place was under the rule of Pallavas Cholas, vijayanagara kings and in the end by the Britishers. The History reveals the existence of human dwellings of New Stone age in this place.

Cuddapah CityCuddapah City
The Boundaries of Cuddapah district are Nellore, Anantapur and Chittoor districts in the East, West and South respectively, Kurnool and Prakasam districts in the North directions.

Guntur CityGuntur City
The Boundaries of this are Krishna district and Bay of Bengal in the East, Prakasam district in the South, Mahabubnagar district in the West and Krishna and Nalgonda districts in the North directions.

Hyderabad CityHyderabad City
Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh, along with its twin city Secunderabad has over 400 years of history. Hyderabad is a heady mixture of heritage, traditionally hospitality and a thriving software revolution. A revolution that has already attracted Microsoft to set its only overseas base here.

Karimnagar CityKarimnagar City
Karimnagar district is bounded by Madhya Pradesh state in the east, Nizamabad district in the West, Warangal and Medak districts in the South and Adilabad district in the North directions.

Khammam CityKhammam City
The Boundaries of Khammam district are East Godavari district in the East, Warangal and Nalgonda districts in the West, Krishna district in the South and Madhya Pradesh State borders in the North directions.

Krishna CityKrishna City
The Boundaries of this district are West Godavari district in the East, Bay of Bengal in the South, Guntur and Nalgonda districts in the West and Khammam district in the North directions.

Kurnool CityKurnool City
The Boundaries of Kurnool district are Guntur and Nellore districts in the East, Ballary district in the West, Mahaboobnagar district in the North, Cuddapah and Anantapur districts in the South directions.

Mahabubnagar CityMahabubnagar City
The Boundaries of Mahabubnagar District are Nalgoda and Prakasam districts in the East, Kurnool district in the South, Gulbarga and Rayachur districts of Karnataka State in the West and Hyderabad district in the North directions

Medak CityMedak City
The Boundaries of Medak district are Warangal and Nalgonda districts, Hyderabad district, Karnataka state and Nizamabad district in the East, South, West and North directions respectively.

Nagarjuna Sagar CityNagarjuna Sagar City
Nagarjunasagar, a massive irrigation project on the River Krishna, about 150 km from Hyderabad, has a rich and iteresting past. It was a valley in the Nallamala range of the Eastern Ghats with civilizations dating back to thousands of years. Recorded history, however, assigns the first signs to the later Satavahanas and subsequently the Ikshvakus in the third century.

Nalgonda CityNalgonda City
The Boundaries of Nalgonda district are Krishna and Khammam districts in the East, Mahaboobnagar and Hyderabad districts in the West, Mahabubnagar and Guntur districts in the South and Medak and Warangal districts in the North directions.

Nellore CityNellore City
Nellore district is Bounded by Bay of Bengal in the East, Tamilnadu State and Chittoor district in the South, Cuddapah district in the West and Prakasam district in the North directions.

Nizamabad CityNizamabad City
Nizamabad District is bounded by Karimnagar district, Medak district, Nandhedu district in Maharastra state and Adilabad district in the East, South, West and North directions respectively.

Prakasam CityPrakasam City
The Boundaries of Prakasam district are Bay of Bengal in the East, Cuddapah and Nellore districts in the South, Kurnool district in the West and Guntur district in the North directions.

Rangareddy CityRangareddy City
The boundaries of Rangareddy district are Nalgonda district, Mahabubnagar district, Karnataka state and Medak district in the East, South, West and North directions respectively.

Srikakulam CitySrikakulam City
The boundaries of this district are Bay of Bengal in the East, Vijayanagaram district in the South and Orissa state borders in the West and North directions. This district was ruled by Gangarajas, Gajapathis, Vijayanagara Kings, Nawabs and French People. This place used to be a part of the Kalinga kingdom.

Tirupati CityTirupati City
The abode of the 'Kaliyuga' deity Lord Venkateswara, popularly known as Balaji, Tirupati has for centuries remained a destination divine and this feeling grows on one as one goes round the various temples and spots of natural beauty surrounding this major town. In fact, the government has proposed to give special status to the town on the lines of the Vatican. Lying at the southern tip of the Eastern ghats in Andhra Pradesh, the district has a number of perennial water falls and vast forest cover.

Vijaywada CityVijaywada City
Vijayawada is known as the political as well as publishing capital of andhra Pradesh. Vijayawada is a vital rail and road link between North and the South and is now known as 'the city that never sleeps'.

Visakhapatnam CityVisakhapatnam City
The land of the golden beaches was just over half a century ao a small fishing village. One would be amazed at the manner in which this port city with a natural harbour developed into one of the fastest growing cities in Asia.

Vizianagaram CityVizianagaram City
The Boundaries of this district are Srikakulum district in the East, Vijayanagaram district in the South, Orissa state and Vishakapatnam district in the West and Orissa state in the North directions.

Warangal CityWarangal City
The city was once the heartland of Telugu culture. The capital of the Kakatiya rulers. Warangal today contains some of the best forms of architecute, especially in temples. The 1000-pillar temple and the Ramappa temple in the district are glowing examples of the exquisite architecture patronized by the Kakatiyas.