Landkarte von Bezirk Malappuram


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Landkarte von Bezirk Malappuram
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Malappuram in wortlichem Sinne bedeutet das Land obenauf den Hugeln. Es wurde im Jahr 1969 ein Bezirk. Er hat immer noch die Ruinen von einem alten Tempel, der von Tipu Sultan gebaut wurde. Es war auch die Szene von Malabar Emporung von 1921.

Einige wichtige Anziehungspunkte in diesem Bezirk sind Padinharekara Strand, Angadipuram, Kodikuthimala, Adyanpara Wasserfall und Nilambur, das bekannt fur Teak-Plantage ist.

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Last Updated on : November 14, 2017

     


     

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