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The Windsor Castle like structure along with the lush green surrounding area makes the Bangalore Castle one of the most visited spots in Bangalore. There are mega events also conducted at the grounds all year through. The inner parts of the castle also hold lots of tourist interest in the painting and glass works.
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The garden is spread across an area of 240 acres and the origin dates back to the time of Tipu Sultan in the 18th century. Some of the rarest of species of flora and fauna can be visited here. No one ever misses a visit to Lal Bagh when in Bangalore.
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This was originally the palace of Tipu Sultan. The museum preserves the heritage art work from those times within its walls. The building itself has the peculiarity of being built from just one teak wood. That is something which no one can ever find in today’s world.
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Visitors get to see some 6000 variety of plants and trees in this park. The park also boasts of statues which are yet a wonder. The pathways cut out in the park make walking through them a pleasure. Nature lovers naturally throng this park.
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The seat of power in Bangalore, the state parliament house is a magnificent structure of its own accord. The height of the building is 46 meter and has 300 rooms in it. There is no other legislative assembly building as large as this in the country.
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The Bannerghatta National Park is situated in the valley of the Champakadhama hills. The park runs the wild life sanctuary very close to the city. There is a safari conducted which tourists enjoy viewing the animals in their natural habitat.
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Located some 39 km from Bangalore, the twin waterfalls that id formed by the river Kaveri is a breathtaking view to experience. The place also has a number of important temples, like the Shivanasamuram and Somanathpur Temple. The site also holds the first ever built hydro-electric power generation system of the country.