Sangameswara Temple Kurnool
latitude : 13.632499690 longitude :79.543296810
Corporation : Tirupati
GPS Code : VOTP
The Sangameswara temple is an ancient Hindu temple in the Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is located near Muchumarri at the confluence of the Krishna and Bhavanasi rivers, in the foreshore of the Srisailam reservoir, where it is submerged for part of the time, surfacing when the water level recedes to a sufficient degree. It was first submerged after the Srisailam Dam was constructed in 1981, and first surfaced in 2003.
The Srisailam dam is built across the river of Krishna on the border of Telangana Mahabubnagar district, and district Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh near Srisailam temple city and is the 2nd largest capacity hydroelectric generating station of work in the country. The dam was constructed in a deep gorge in the Nallamala Hills in between Mahabubnagar and Kurnool districts,
Yaganti is located in the Kurnool District in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India, approximately 100 km from the city of Kurnool. The temple is 14 km west of Banaganapalle on the Banaganapalle-Peapully road. The temple was constructed and completed by 1st Vijayanagara Sangama king - Harihara Bukkarayalu in 15th Century. It was built according to Vaishnavaite traditions.
Belum Caves is the longest and largest tourist cave in Indian subcontinent. Caves of Belum have long passages, spacious rooms, the fresh water of galleries and siphons. It is a natural cave formed by the constant flow of groundwater. The caves of achieve its deepest point (150 feet of the entry level) to the place known as Pataalaganga. Caves of Belum has a length of 3229 meters, which in fact the second natural caves in the Indian sub-contine