Category: Monuments

Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave, Thiruvananthapuram

There are rock-cut sculptures dating from the 18th century in the cave temple at Vizhinjam located to the south of Kovalam junction. The granite cave here encloses a one-celled shrine with a loose sculpture of Vinandhara Dakshinamurthi. The outer wall of the cave depicts half-complete relics of the Hindu God Shiva with Goddess Parvathi. Temple […]

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The Dutch Cemetery, Ernakulam

The tomb stones here are the most authentic record of the hundreds of Europeans who left their homeland on a mission to expand their colonial empires and changed the course of history of this land. The cemetery was consecrated in 1724 and is today managed by the Church of South India. Getting there Nearest railway […]

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Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram

Built in the Roman architectural style, Secretariat is the centre of government administration in Kerala and houses the offices of ministers and the bureaucracy. It is located in the heart of Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala. Contact number: +91 471 2336576 Getting there Nearest railway station: Thiruvananthapuram Central, about a km Nearest airport: Trivandrum […]

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Bekal Fort, Kasaragod

Kasaragod is a beautiful town poised at the Northern extreme of Kerala State.16 km south of the town on the National Highway, is the largest and best preserved fort in the whole of Kerala, bordered by a splendid beach. Shaped like a giant keyhole, the historic Bekal Fort- built in 17th century – offers a […]

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