Landkarte von Bezirk Ernakulam


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Landkarte von Bezirk Ernakulam
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Der Bezirk Ernakulam wurde nach dem Abschneiden aus ehemaligen Travancore, Kochi und Malabar gebildet. Er ist einer der entwickeltesten Bezirke von Kerala. Er hat eine hundertprozentige Belesenheit dokumentiert. Er ist das Handelszentrum von Kerala und alle wichtigen Entwicklungen von Industrien, Verkehrswirtschaft und Informatik sind hier gemacht worden. Der Bezirk Ernakulam verf├╝gt ├╝ber viele Reiseziele und Wallfahrtsorte. Einige Urlaubsziele sind Ambalamukal, Bolghatty Insel, Fort Kochi (Cochin), Kochi Hafen und Willingdon Insel.

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Last Updated on : November 14, 2017

     


     

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