The beauty that makes you unblinking
Of course Bangalore is always beautiful. But wherever you look, you can see colorful flowers, purity and pleasant atmosphere only occasionally. It is hard to imagine a city of Bangalore without traffic. But it was possible because of the lock down. Not to mention specifically how much this regulation has reduced the pollution burden on nature. You will see cities abroad taking beautiful photos and publishing them on calendars. The scenery in Bangalore at present does not take away from them at all.
Roads lined with floral decorations
Now these scenes can be seen everywhere in Bangalore. Flowers usually bloom every spring and fall on both sides of Bangalore roads. But this year those floral beauties look even more doubly attractive. The photo you see here is not of any foreign taken … usually captured on the roads of Bangalore. Sounds like how awesome it is.
Devanahalli Fort is located 35 km north of the city of Bangalore. The fort was built in 1501 by Malla Byre Gowda, the head of the Vijayanagara imperialist empire under Devanadodi. It is now known as Devanahalli. Hyder Ali rebuilt the fort with stone in the late 18th century. With the lock down effect the landscapes here have become so mesmerizing to the tourists.
Bangalore Palace is one of the major tourist attractions in Bangalore. The palace tops the list of must-see places for tourists in the city. The Bangalore Palace was built in 1878. It covers an area of approximately 45000 square feet. Domestic and foreign architectural style can be seen in this palace. The sculptural skill in particular impresses everyone.
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Bangalore is also known as the City of Flyovers. Flyovers were built to control traffic congestion in major areas of the city. One of the largest and most famous flyovers in the country is located in Bangalore. The same Bangalore Electronic City flyover. It is recognized as one of the largest flyovers in the country. Also famous is the Python Flyover. It is a flyover connecting the Outer Ring Road and Bellary Road. It is also known as the Double Road Flyover.
Lal Bhag, Cubbon Park
Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park are the main attractions for those who love greenery and parks. Cubbon Park was originally a 100 acre park. It was later expanded to 300 acres. Ideal for nature lovers and those who want to spend time in peace. Those who want a break from the busy city life come here. Cubbon Park is located in the heart of the city. People come here with children and family. There is also a metro station here. The beauty of these parks has become even more attractive due to the lock down.
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