Kanpur

  • Kanpur Zoological Park

    Kanpur Zoological Park

    Kanpur Zoological Park or Allen Forest Zoo, also called the Kanpur Zoo is a 76.56-hectare zoo in Kanpur, a large city in Northern India. It is the largest open green space in Kanpur and the largest zoological park in North India. Originally a natural habitat for fauna, it is one of the few zoos in India created in a natural forest.

  • J.K. Temple

    J.K. Temple

    JK Temple is a temple in the Indian city of Kanpur. It is considered to be a unique blend of ancient and modern architecture. The mandapa of the temple has been constructed with high roof for adequate ventilation of light and air. The temple was constructed by JK Trust and major maintenance expenses of the temple also comes from the trust fund. The temple is also popularly known as Radhakrishna Temple.

  • Kanpur Sangrahalaya

    Kanpur Sangrahalaya

    Kanpur Sangrahalaya / Kanpur Museum is the official museum in Kanpur, the industrial hub of Uttar Pradesh, India. It was built by the British as King Edward Memorial Hall in honour of Edward VII. It is a storehouse of artifacts and exhibits that tell the story of the events and people who have influenced the making of Kanpur city, and tell many interesting details about the historical past of the city.

  • Kanpur Memorial Church

    Kanpur Memorial Church

    Kanpur Memorial Church- The Kanpur Memorial Church, originally called the All Souls' Church is an Anglican church in Kanpur, India. It was built in 1875 in honour of the British who got valour during the Siege of Cawnpore in 1857. Phool Bagh- Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Udyan .

  • Phool Bagh

    Phool Bagh

    Phool Bagh, earlier Queen's Park, is an urban city park in Kanpur, the industrial hub of Uttar Pradesh in North India. It has been the location for many public meetings and political rallies in Kanpur from the early twentieth century.

Kanpur Zoological Park- Kanpur Zoological Park or Allen Forest Zoo, also called the Kanpur Zoo is a 76.56-hectare zoo in Kanpur, a large city in Northern India. It is the largest open green space in Kanpur and the largest zoological park in North India. Originally a natural habitat for fauna, it is one of the few zoos in India created in a natural forest.
Nana Rao Park- Nana Rao Park / Company Bagh is a public city park in Kanpur, the industrial hub of Uttar Pradesh, India, built after Indian independence in honor of Nana Sahib. Prior to Indian Independence the location was known as Memorial Well and commemorated the massacre of British women and children during the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
J.K. Temple- JK Temple is a temple in the Indian city of Kanpur. It is considered to be a unique blend of ancient and modern architecture. The mandapa of the temple has been constructed with high roof for adequate ventilation of light and air. The temple was constructed by JK Trust and major maintenance expenses of the temple also comes from the trust fund. The temple is also popularly known as Radhakrishna Temple.
Moti Jheel- Moti Jheel is a lake and drinking water reservoir in the Benajhabar area of Kanpur, which together with its adjoining gardens and children's park is an important tourist attraction. Built during the British Raj, today along with Kamala Retreat and Moti Park, it is an important recreational place in the bustling industrial city of Kanpur, once known as the "Manchester of the East". Moti means pearl and jheel means lake, thus giving its name Pearl Lake. The park is often referred to as the 'Lungs of Kanpur'.
Kanpur Memorial Church- The Kanpur Memorial Church, originally called the All Souls' Church is an Anglican church in Kanpur, India. It was built in 1875 in honour of the British who got valour during the Siege of Cawnpore in 1857.

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