Landkarte von Bezirk Kannur


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Landkarte von Bezirk Kannur
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Der Bezirk Kannur hat viel zu der kulturellen, religi├Âsen, politischen und industriellen Erbschaft des Staates beigetragen. Es ist die Wiege von bunten Volkskunst und Volksmusik. Es ist eine Stadt von der gro├čen historischen Bedeutung. Es war einmal ein f├╝hrender Hafen von Kerala. Kannur ist bekannt f├╝r Handwerk aus Baum, das ein wichtiger Artikel von Au├čenhandel ist. Kannur ist auch bekannt f├╝r die Gew├╝rze, wie z.B. schwarzer Pfeffer, Ingwer und Gelbwurz, die hier in H├╝lle und F├╝lle anpflanzen. Einige Orte von Interesse der Touristen sind St. Angelos Fort, Ezhimala, Schlange Park und Moppila Golf.

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Pulingome, Kozhichal, Cherupuzha, Peringom, Karthikapuram, Kokkanisseri, Payyannur, Ellmtara, Talipparamba, Payangadi, Srikandapuram, Vayathu, Kannapuram, Mattol, Cherukunnu, Pappinisseri, Valapattanam, Azhikkod, Chirakkal, Kannur, Muzhapilangadu, Edakkad, Dharmadam, Thalassery, Moderi, Kottayam, Kalavallur, Kottayam, Kattuparamba, Kannavam, Peravur, Muzhakunnu, Mattanur, Chavasseri, Iritti, Aralam, Kappad

Last Updated on : November 9, 2017

     


     

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