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Tourist attractions of Kerala

Kerala has always been a culturally distinct part of India. Its history and traditions exude European and Indian influences. Most tourist attractions in Kerala are the result of these influences and are stunning to behold. The backwaters of Kerala are the state’s main attractions with the large estuaries and beautiful canals attracting tourists from all over the world.  

The stunning beaches at Kovalam with the backdrop of stunning palm trees make for an enchanting time there. Kerala is also a cultural destination for tourists. Kerala is home to the oldest synagogue in the commonwealth countries with the synagogue at Mattancherry being built in 1586 A.D. Kerala is home to a number of prominent mosques as well.  

The St. Francis Church, the Cochin Fort and the Jewish Synagogues are wondrous to behold. Kerala, with its wildlife sanctuaries, is also a paradise for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. The numerous Temples at Kerala are architectural splendors devoted to the various Gods and Goddesses of the Hindu mythology.  

The architecture in Kerala is unique and diverse, and is in perfect harmony with the scenic backdrops of this state. Some of the most famous monuments of Kerala include The Alwaye Palace, Bekal Fort, Krishnapuram Palace, Mattanchery Palace, Hill Palace Museum, Koyikkal Palace, Vasco House, Pierce Leslie Bungalow, Arakkal Palace & Kannur Fort.




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