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Backwaters in Alappuzha

Alappuzha ( pronunciation (help·info)) is one of the 14 districts in the state of Kerala in India. It was formed as Alleppey District on August 17, 1957. The name of the district was officially changed to Alappuzha in 1990.

Alappuzha is well connected by waterways to various other parts of Kerala, including the famous tourist destination of Kumarakom; and the district is itself a well known tourist destination. The district is known for its Coir factories, as most of Kerala's coir industries are situated in and around Alappuzha.

The district is also known for its communist traditions. It is home to the Punnapra-Vayalar uprising against the British and also the revolt against the Feudal raj.

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Mindre bebodda platser i närheten

Vittangi Kapell    (20 km)


Övriga orter i närheten

Nedre Parakka    (nära)

Parakka    (2 km)

Yli Parakka    (2 km)

Merasjärvi    (11 km)

Jovajänkka    (15 km)

Kiltijärvi    (15 km)

Nurmasuando    (15 km)

Vettasjarvi    (15 km)

Kääntöjärvi    (17 km)

Masugnsbyn    (17 km)

Autiovaara    (19 km)

Kuokso    (19 km)

Kuoksu    (19 km)

Nurmasuanto    (20 km)

Piilijärvi    (20 km)


Kyrkor i närheten

Masugnsbyns kyrka    (17 km)

Masungsby Kyrka    (17 km)

Vittangi kyrka    (20 km)


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