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The most famous land mark of this bustling town is the Rock fort Temple, a spectacular monument perched on a massive rocky out crop which rises abruptly from the plain to tower over the old city.

It is 325 km south west of Madras. Tiruchirappalli was the heart of Tamil Nadu, situated at the head of the Kaveri delta. The Pallavas, Pandyas and Cholas chose this city for their feudal wars. The city is known for its temple architecture.


Rockfort Vinayagar Temple
It is 272ft above the city on the banks of the river Cauvery. The rock cut into 437 steps, leads to the temple. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vinayaka (the mythical half-man, half-bird Garuda who is Vishnu's Vehicle, famous in the Epic Mahabharata). Along the way to temple...
Samayapuram Mariamman Temple
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Samayapuram, lying at a distance of 11 km from Trichy in Lalgudi taluk, is famous for the shrine of Goddess Mariamman. It has a rich legendary and historical background.
Sri Ranganathasamy Temple
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This temple is at Sri Rangam Island, in the middle of the Cauvery river. This temple was built by various dynasties including the cheras, Pandyas,Cholas, Hoysalas and the Vijayanagar Empire between 13th and 18th centuries.
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Location: The world’s oldest dam is located 14 km away from the city of Trichurapalli. About: Kallanai Dam is also called as Grand Anicut, which is an ancient dam built across the Kaveri River in the district of Trichurapalli district. The dam dates back to second century,...
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Location: It is located in the city of Tiruchirapalli, which is in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. History: Trichy continued to be in their possession until the decline of the empire, after which it became a Vijayanagara stronghold. In the mid 14th century, the region was under...