Vadodara District Map


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Occupying an area of 7,794 sq km. Vadodara District, in the east of Gujarat, has a population of 36,41,802 as of 2001 census. The economic scenario is largely moulded by industries like petrochemicals, engineering, pharmaceuticals, and plastics and includes big-names like Gujarat Refinery, Indian Oil Corporation, ONGC, GAIL, GACL, and IPCL. Popularly named as Baroda, Vadodara is connected to the other parts of the state by NH-1 and NH- 8. There is also broad-gauge railway and the district's own airport.

A city of palaces and gardens popular tourist spots include-
  • Laxmi Vilas Palace
  • Nazar Baug Palace
  • Makarpura Palace
  • Pratap Vilas Palace
  • Kirti Mandir (Temple of Fame)
  • Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
  • Sayaji Baug
  • Floral clock
  • Dakshinamurty Temple
  • Ajwa & Nimeta

Last Updated on : 12 September 2011







     


     

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