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Mysore, Mysuru District, Karnataka
Mysore which is also known as Mysuru is the second largest city of Karnataka, well known for the legends and festivals. This is one of the most decorative royal cities of South India located at a distance of 146 kms from Bangalore- the capital of Karnataka.
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