Latitude and Longitude of Kerala


Latitude and Longitude

Latitude : 10° 00' N
Longitude : 76° 25' E

Latitude and Longitude Map of Kerala

Latitude and Longitude Map of Kerala
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*Map showing the latitude and longitude of Kerala, India.

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Last Updated on : 20 December 2011

Location Latitude Longitude
Alleppey 9° 30' N 76° 23 E
Alwaye 10° 07' N 76° 24 E
Anjengo 8° 40' N 76° 48 E
Beypore 11° 10' N 75° 50 E
Calicut (Kozhikode) 11° 15' N 75° 49 E
Cannonore (Kannur) 11° 52' N 75° 25 E
Cardamon Hills 9° 27' N 76° 52 E
Chittur 10° 42' N 76° 47 E
Cochin 9° 58' N 76° 17 E
Ernakulam 10° 00' N 76° 15 E
Kasaragod 12° 30' N 75° 00 E
Kottayam 9° 36' N 76° 34 E
Mahe 11° 42' N 75° 34 E
Mattancheri 9° 57' N 76° 17 E
Nilgiri Hills 11° 28' N 76° 47 E
Palghat 10° 46' N 76° 42 E
Peermade (Permad) 9° 3' N 77° 02 E
Periyar R. 10° 00'' N 76° 52 E
Ponnani 10° 47' N 75° 58 E
Qulion (Kollam) 8° 54' N 76° 38 E
Tellicherry (Thalaserry) 11° 45' N 75° 32 E
Trichur 10° 30' N 76° 15 E
Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram) 8° 29' N 76° 59 E
Vaikam 9° 45' N 76° 27 E
Vypin I. 9° 58' N 79° 17 E




 

     


     

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