Landkarte von Bezirk Idukki


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Landkarte von Bezirk Idukki
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Idukki ist Urlauberparadies und strotzt in W├Ąldern und Wildtieren. Der Bezirk Idukki ist bekannt f├╝r die Wildschutzgebiete, Bergregionen und Gew├╝rz-Plantage. Einige Orte von Interesse der Touristen w├Ąren Devikulam, Mattupetty und Eravikulam-Rajamalai Wildschutgebiet. Ein anderer Ort, der viele Reisenden anzieht, ist Periyar Wildschutzgebiet in Thekkady, das das Haus von Tiger, Elefant und dem amerikanischen B├╝ffel ist. Munnar, eine sch├Âne und eintr├Ąchtige Bergregion, ist von endloser Teeplantage bedeckt. Er hat auch die h├Âchste Erhebung von S├╝dindien, Anaimudi, 2695 Meter hoch.

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Maraiyur, Makarachal, Kuttampuzha, Anai Mudi, Eravikulam, Ellapatti, Munnar, Rajamalai, Munnar, Mattupetty, Devikulam, Pottankad, Pallivasai, Adimali, Kaliyar Estate, Karumannur, Udumbanshola, Todupulai, Nedumkandam, Painavu, Kallar, Kudayattur, Pulikanam Estate, Idukki, Vandamettu, Chenkara, Vandiperiyar, Pirmed, Azhutha, Arnakal, Thanikuddi

Last Updated on : November 9, 2017

     


     

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