Thrissur District Map


District Map of Thrissur

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The name Thrissur is derived after the name of Lord Shiva Thrissur is rich in cultural heritage and a tourist should not miss the splendor of this district.

Thrissur is situated in the eastern part of the state of Kerala. It came into existence in the year 1949 as Thrissur as the district head quarter.

Thrissur comprises of an area of 3032 sq. km. The total population of Thrissur according to the census of 2001, is 29,75,440. The population density is 981 per sq. km.

Some of the places of interest in Thrissur are
  • Athirapilly Water Falls
  • Vazhachal
  • Punnathur Kotta Elephant Sanctuary
  • Kudakkallu
  • Archeological Museum
Places In Thrissur Map Cheruthuruthi, Chelakara, Kadikkad, Kunnamkulam, Vadakkancheri, Pazhayannur, Elanad, Mulagunnathukavu, Pattikad, Peechi, Thrissur, Chaavakkaad, Vadanappilly, Thalikullam, Thanniyam, Nattika, Pallippuram, Kaipamangalam, Perinjanam, Irinjalakuda, Chalakudi, Nellayi, Urakam, Pudukad, Chimoni, Athirampalli


Last Updated on : 13/06/2013








     


     

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