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Administrative headquarters of Alappuzha District in the Indian State of Kerala. Wikipedia

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    One of the 14 districts in the state of Kerala in India.It is the smallest district in Kerala. Formed as Alleppey District on 17 August 1957. Wikipedia

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    City in Alappuzha district of Kerala in Indian state. Ancient maritime trading centre. Wikipedia

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    Municipal town and a Taluk located in the district of Alappuzha, in the state of Kerala, India. 31 km to Kochi and Kottayam and 22 km north of Alappuzha town, on the Kochi-Alappuzha National Highway NH 66 , as well as the coastal rail route. Wikipedia

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    Municipality in Alappuzha District, Kerala, India located between Alappuzha and Kollam on the National Highway 66. Its geographical coordinates are, Latitude: 9°18′0″N and Longitude: 76°28′0″E. Wikipedia

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    Municipality in the Kannur district of the North Malabar region in the Indian state of Kerala. Located roughly 15 km from the Kannur City, and 7 km from Taliparamba town. Wikipedia

  • Village located 5 km from Cherthala in the Alappuzha district of the Indian state of Kerala. Wedged between Cherthala Municipality and the Thycattussery Panchayat. Wikipedia

  • Karthikappally

    Village in Alappuzha district in the Indian state of Kerala. Once a Buddhist center. Wikipedia

  • Kottayam

    City in the Indian state of Kerala. Kottayam literally means the interior of a fort—Kotta + Akam. Wikipedia

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  • The state's largest lake Vembanad, dominates the backwaters; it lies between Alappuzha and Kochi and is about 200 km2 in area.Kerala-Wikipedia
  • The Ernakulam Junction Railway Station is a junction and departing station of passengers and express trains, and is the stopping point for trains going towards the south side Alappuzha.Ernakulam-Wikipedia
  • Later in 1957, the Cherthala, Ambalapuzha, Mavelikara, Karthikapalli, Chengannur and Thiruvalla taluks (formerly in Kollam district) were united to form the new district of Alappuzha.Kollam district-Wikipedia
  • After graduating from S. D. College, Alappuzha, he worked as a journalist in Kalakaumudi and as a teacher in a tutorial institute.Nedumudi Venu-Wikipedia
  • Producer-director Kunchacko and film distributor K. V. Koshy established Udaya Studios in Alappuzha in 1947.Malayalam cinema-Wikipedia
  • In response, Thilakan and his supporters orchestrated a march near the shooting location of the film in Alappuzha.Thilakan-Wikipedia

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