4 Interesting Facts About The City Of Hyderabad

Every city has a history and a story to tell. Hyderabad is one of the oldest cities in the country and has been through many eras, leaving behind a unique story to tell for everybody who visits the beautiful city.

Hyderabad Was Once A State:

Until 1956, Hyderabad was a large state that included portions of Telangana, Maharashtra and Karnataka. After the rule of the Nizams, the state was dissolved into the state of Andhra Pradesh.

Home To The Largest Buddha Statue:

A 18 metre high statue that was built upon Hussain Nagar Lake, it is the largest Buddha statue in the world. It was a dream project of the then Chief Minister, N T Rama Rao.

Houses Largest Film City In The World:

Ramoji Film City is the largest integrated film city in the world. The Film City spread over 1666 acres and was built on a war ground that is said to be haunted.

The City Of Artificial Lakes:

Not known by many, most lakes in Hyderabad are artificially built that were built by the dams on River Musi.

For more interesting facts and places to visit in the city of pearls, contact our front desk and our staff will gladly assist you in exploring the city. We look forward to welcoming you at Hotel Comfotel on your next visit to Hyderabad.

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