Koppal District Map


District Map of Koppal

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District Map of Koppal Bagalkot Raichur Bellary Gadag
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The district of Koppal has come into existence as recently as 1998. It is located between 15.09' 00"-16. 03' 30" North Latitude and 75. 47' 30" to 76. 48' 10" East Longitude.

The total geographical area of the district is 552495 hectares. The total population of Koppal district is 11.93 lakhs as per 2001 census. The population density is 216 per sq. km. The literacy rate of Koppal is 62.39.

Agriculture and industries of this district comprises the economy of Koppal.

The important tourist spots are
  • Anegundi
  • Itagi
  • Kinnal
  • Kanakagiri
  • Koppal Fort
  • Kukanoor



Last Updated on : May 17, 2018



     


     

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