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Districts of South Karnataka
Bangalore: Bangalore (officially Bengalooru) is the capital of Karnataka state. The main attractions of Bangalore are Attara Kacheri, Bull Temple or Basavangudi, Bugle Rock Garden, Cubbon Park, Dodda Ganapathi Temple, Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple, Infant Jesus Church, International Tech Park, ISKCON Temple, Government Museum, Indian Institute of Science, Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Jawahar Bala Bhavan, Jumma Masjid, Lal Bagh Botanical Garden, Ragigudda Sri Prasanna Anjaneya Temple, Shiva Temple, Someshwara Temple, Bangalore Palace, St Mark's Cathedral, St Mary's Cathedral, Thavakkal Mastan Saab Dargah, The Fort, Halasur Lake, Vidhana Soudha, Venkatappa Art Gallery.
Chamarajanagar: Chamarajanagar district was bifurcated from Mysore district. The main attractions of Chamarajanagar district are Chamarajeshwara Temple, Bandipur Wildlife Sanctuary, Biligirirangana Hills Wildlife Sanctuary, Male Mahadeshwara Hills and Hogenakal Falls.
Chikkaballapur: Chikkaballapura district is a newly created district of Karnataka in 2007. Few attractions of Hassan district are Chintamani, Kaivara, Amaranarayana temple, Minkanagurki, Nandi Hills or Nandidurg, Rangasthala and Vidurashwatha.
Kodagu: Kodagu is also called by the anglicized name of Coorg. The few important places of Kodagu district are Abbey Falls, Omkareswara Temple, Bhagamandala, Igguthappa Devara Betta, Irupu Falls, Nagarhole National Park, Kaveri Nisargadhama, Talakaveri and Tadiandamol.
Kolar: Kolar district is the eastern gateway to Karnataka. Kolar has become popularly known as the "Golden Land" of India. The main attractions of Kolar district are Kolaramma Temple, Kolar Betta or Kolar Hills, Someshwara Temple, Avani, Bangaru Tirupati, Bethamangala, Budikote, Chikka Tirupati, Kolar Gold Fields, Kotilingeshwara, Kurudumale, Malur and Mulbagal
Hassan: Hassan district is also known for its salubrious climate. Few attractions of Hassan district are Hasanamba Temple, Belur and Halebidu temples, Gorur, Shravanabelagola, Bisle Ghat or Reserve forest.
Mandya: Mandya district derives its name from its Administrative headquarters town. The main attractions of Mandya district are AdiChunchanagiri, Balamuri, Basaral, Bellur, Brindavan Gardens, Govindanahalli, Hosaholalu, Kambadahalli, Kikkeri, Kokkarebellur, Kokrebellur, Krishnaraja Sagar, Maddur, Melukote, Melkote Temple Wildlife Sanctuary, Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Shimsha, Sivasamudram, Srirangapattana, Ganjam, Tonnur Lake.
Mysore: Mysore is also called as city of Palaces. Mysore district is a famous tourist spot, offering several attractions like Chamundi Hill, Jaganmohan Palace, Lalitha Mahal Palace, Mysore Palace, Railway Museum, St. Philomena's Church, Mysore Zoo, Chunchanakatte, Gommatagiri, Kabini River Lodge, Mudukuthore, Nanjangud, Somnathpur, Talakad, T. Narsipur.
Ramanagara: Ramanagara is situated in a valley surrounded by rocky hillocks on Bangalore - Mysore Highway. The main attractions of Ramanagar are Ramadevara betta, Janapada Loka, Kanva Reservoir, Magadi, Mekedaatu, Sangam, Savandurga, Shivaganga, Channapatna.
Tumkur: Tumkur town is located at a distance of 70 km from Bangalore. The main attractions of Tumkur district are Sri Siddhaganga Kshetra, Turuvekere, Devarayanadurga, Goravanahalli Mahalakshmi Temple, Siddara Betta and Yadiyur.
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