Thiruvananthapuram District Map


District Map of Thiruvananthapuram

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Thiruvananthapuram is the state capital of Kerala. Previously the name of the district was Trivandrum. The district lies in the southern part of the state. The geographical location of the district is between 8o 17" and 8o 54" north latitudes and between 76o 41" and 77o 17" east longitudes.

The area of Thiruvananthapuram is 2,192 sq km. The total population of the district is 29,38,533, as per the census of 2001.

Some of the notable tourist sites of Thiruvananthapuram are
  • Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple
  • Anjengo
  • Agasthyakoodam
  • Neyyar Dam
  • Lion Safari Park
  • Neyyar Wild Life Sanctuary


Places in Thiruvananthapuram Map
Kappil, Varkkallai, Agattumuri, Vettur, Attingal, Kadakkavur, Achuthengu, Chirayinkeezhu, Vamanapuram, Palod, Venjaramudu, Vidura, Bonaccord, Kallar, Pon Mudi, Murukkumpuzha, Mangalapuram, Nedumangad, Kaniyapuram, Attipara, Kazhakuttam, Veli, Parattipalli, Aruvikkara, Thiruvananthapuram, Kovillur, Neman, Shangumugham, Kovalam, Vizhinjam, Puvar, Parassala, Neyyattinkara, Balarampur, Kovillur


Last Updated on : 13/06/2013









     


     

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