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Allahabad, one of the oldest cities in India has the convergence of three sacred rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati. Located in Uttar Pradesh, it hosts historical monuments from different periods in the Indian history. Prayag, the pilgrimage destination of Hindus, was renamed as Allahabad by Mughal emperor Akbar in 1575.
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Ranganatha Temple - The most famous temple on the southern bank of the River Pennar, the Galigopuram of the temple is 29 m high and has seven gold Kalasams. The most beautiful chamber of the temple is the Addalamantapam (mirror parlor), walled with high-class mirrors arranged at proper angles to reflect only the deity seated in an elevated ornate seat for the Lord in the centre.
Buchireddy Palyem (Temple)
Golagamudi Venkaya Swamy (Temple)
Narsimaha Konda (Temple)
Jonnvada Kamakshi Temple
Sri Venugopala Swamy Temple
Penchilokana (forest and temple)