An ancient granite fort keeps watch on this city of mosques and bazaars. On the site of the former town center sits its most iconic building, the Charminar, built in 1591 with a quartet of 160-foot minarets. Across Hussain Sagar, a man-made lake, is Hyderabad's twin, the city of Secunderabad.
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Located at one end of Shilparamam, this open air park is dotted with sculptures. The themes are varied and made from variety of objects. There is also an observation platform from where you can enjoy the scene. A huge sculpture of Gulliver tied up is added attraction. The place also offers great photography opportunities.
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Amazing and outstanding place to see unique collection of hand made cars along with bikes and scooters models too. This place is covered with very eye catching colorful cars consisting of Cake Car, Shoe Car, Bag car, Bed Car, Insect car, Lotus car, Snooker car, eraser car etc. All these cars are operational and they are designed and built within short period of time. Kids will like this place very much and the one more advantage of this place is it is very near to Zoo park so if you happen to plan this place you can plan both this place as well as Zoo Park too. There are few bikes, scooters which are big in size and one can climb them and take some cool snaps. Ticket prices are also very nominal for Adults Rs. 60/- per head and kids above 3 years are charged too. Mobile and Camera ticket is must and they are charged at Rs. 60/-
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The museum show cases the Nizam Rulers’ times. There are beautiful silverware, wardrobe and so on.There is mechanical lift which can be manually operated. If you interested to know how the city grew during Nizam era there are maps showing city as it was at various periods of time. There is a decent Wash room and adequate parking in premises.
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