Thrissur- Cheraman Jummamasjid


A Thrissur- Cheraman Jummamasjid trip is going to be an innovative as well as an educative tour for the tourists in the town of Thrissur. Thrissur, also known as the cultural capital of Kerala,
is a beautiful tourist spot that attracts many tourists. Thrissur, which is also known as Trichur, is blessed with a good number of tourist destinations in and around the town. One important tourist attraction in the close proximity of Thrissur is the Cheraman Jumma Masjid.

Cheraman Jumma Masjid is located at a distance of about 1500 m from a place called Kodungallur. An important place in the district of Thrissur, Kodungallur is famous for being the center of several pilgrimage spots. Reaching Cheraman Jumma Masjid from Thrissur by a car or a bus is hardly a matter of a few minutes.

The first Juma Masjid in the country, Cheraman was founded in around the seventh century. Situated in the Methala village, this mosque has been constructed according to the Hindu architectural style. People are really curious to see how the first Juma Masjid of India looks like. A short trip from Thrissur to Cheraman Jummamasjid is something no tourist should miss.



Last Updated on 15/06/2013

     


     

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