Landmarks in Nagpur

There are quite a few important places in the city of Nagpur in India. These various important landmarks in Nagpur include important roads, markets, stations, parks and airport.

The main landmarks of Sitabuldi are the Main Railway Station, the Sitabuli, the Maharajbagh and the Jhanshi Rani Square. The major Nagpur landmarks of the place called Sadar are the civil lines, the Katol Road, the Mangalwar Bazar, Jaripatka, Chaooni, Mount Road, Mount Road Extension, Byramji Town, Mohan Nagar, Gaddigodam and Seminary Hills.

The most popular landmarks in Ramdaspeth are the Lendra Park, Ramdaspeth, Rahate Colony and Kachipura. The important landmarks of Nagpur that are located at Dhantoli are Dhantoli, the Yeshwant Stadium and the Congress Nagar. The landmarks of Pratapnagar are Deendayalnagar, Swavlambinagar and Trimurtinagar. The main landmarks at Nagpur that are situated at Wardha Road are the LIC Colony, the Ajni Square, Sawarkar Nagar, Surendranagar, Vivekanand Nagar, Ramkrishna Nagar, Hindustan Colony, Samartha Nagar, Narendra Nagar, Sneh Nagar, Chatrapati Nagar, the airport, Khapri, Somalwada and Khamla.

The only landmark at Wadi is the Amravati Road. The landmarks of Dharampeth include Ambazari, Shankarnagar, Gandhinagar, Corporation Colony, VRCE, Shivajinagar,Gokulpeth, Ramnagar, Dharampeth, Amravati Road and Bharatnagar. The important landmarks in Nagpur that are located at the Dakshin Ambazari Road are Bajajnagar, Laxminagar, Shradhnandpeth and Abhankyarnagar.

Two landmarks of Gandhibagh are Gandhibagh and Central Avenue. Some landmarks of Bagadganj are Wardhamannagar, Kalamna, Gangabai ghat road, Bagadganj factory region, Ganeshnagar and Nandanwan. The important landmarks of the Kamptee Road include Kadbi chowk, Motibagh, Indora, Panchpaoli, Bezanbagh and Kamptee road.

Last Updated on 9/26/2011



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