This beach is one of the most common tourist places of Chennai. It is natural beach along the Bay of Bengal, part of the Indian Ocean. The beach which covers a distance of 13 km is considered as a longest urban beach in India. Marina beach has sandy shores and at the time of evening it attracts a number of people.
This temple is located in Mylapore and it is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The original temple was built on the sea but the Portuguese destroyed it. Later it was built by Tuluva Dynasty 1.5 km away from the original location. The temple depicts the pure Dravidian Architectural style. Lord Shiva is worshiped in the form of Lingam and Goddess Parwati is also worshiped in the temple.
Vadapalani Andvar Temple:
This is one of the very famous temples of Chennai and it is situated in Vadapalani area of the city. The temple houses Lord Muruga as the prime deity. Other than this Kali, Bhairava, Varasiddhi, Vinayaka are the other deities of the temple. The entire credit for this temple goes to a single person known as Sthanikar Shri V.A. Gurukkal
Fort St. George, India:
This fort was the first British fort built in India In the year 1644 which paved the way for the British to start trade and commerce activities in the country. The fort after being erected encouraged an area to be developed surrounding it and thus the city of Chennai came into being. British entered this place to make their mark in spice trade.
This museum is located in Egmore, one of the neighborhoods of Chennai. The museum is second to the one in Kolkata and was built in the year 1851. this place has the biggest number of Roman Antiquities outside the European Continent. The national art gallery must be paid a visit as it has paintings of the renowned painters like Raja Ravi Varma.
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