Shimla


Shimla Map
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Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh, is one of the top tourist destinations in India. The picturesque city is situated in the northwestern part of the Himalayan Mountain Range and the mean elevation of the city is 7,234 feet (2,205 metres). A Shimla location map shows the different highways, rail lines, railway stations, hospitals, hotels, educational institutions, religious places, water bodies, and other important places of interest in the city. The coordinates of Shimla are 31°6'12'' North and 77°10'20'' East. A location map of Shimla also highlights the Jakhoo Hill, the tallest point in the city.



Last Updated on 8/9/2011

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