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Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh
Amravati is a tourist place in Andhra Pradesh which is famous for the Buddhist traditions that developed in 2nd century BC. Alongwith Buddhist traditions Amravati is also known for the Shiva temples that are situated at the bank of River Krishna.
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