Tourist Guide to Calcutta visit.

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First Tram and Metro ran in the city to make records of the time.

Kolkata (Calcutta)--Historical Place to visit

Kolkata /koʊlˈkɑːtɑː/, known historically in English as Calcutta /kælˈkʌtə/, is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. Located on the east bank of the river Hubli. By its old spelling, Calcutta, India's second-biggest city conjures up images of human suffering to most Westerners.This is the place which was capital of India before Independence.Most of English personalities dwell there for business and to rule over India.

The city has very old historical importance.First Tram and Metro ran in the city to make records of the time and still attract the people of India to visit.
Western tourist also visit the city and enjoy ancient times in India at present.

The Black Hole of Calcutta,"a dark tiny prison cell in the old Fort William in Calcutta, where troops of the Nawab of Bengal, Siraj ud-Daulah, held British prisoners of war after the capture of the fort on 20 June 1756".

languages spoken there are Bengali,Hindi and English.

Interesting places to visit

Interesting places to visit are.......

Victoria Memorial, Howrah Bridge,Dakshineswar Kali Temple,Kali Ghat, Kali Temple,
Marble Palace, Indian Museum,Eden Garden Stadium,Birla Industrial & Technology
Museum, Nicco Park, Maidon, Fort Williams, Alipore Zoological Park, Shahid Minar,
Royal Calcutta Golf Club, Rabindra Sarovar, Nakhoda Masjid, Aquatica,General Post
Office, Calcutta High Court, Tipu Sultan Mosque, Birla Mandir, Raj Bhavan & Sundarban
and many more places.

Tour with family to these Historical places make refreshing of life.


Calcutta, Historic Places, Kolkata, Tourist Attractions, Way To Gangasagar Tirath

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