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Guntur Information

Guntur District is located in Andhra Pradesh along the east coast of Bay of Bengal. The district has a coastline of around 100 kilometers. Guntur City is the largest city in the district and administrative center of Guntur District. The district famous for education Telugu and Urudu are the main languages spoken in this district.
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Guntur district covers an area of 11,391 Sq.km, and has a population 4,887,813.. The Krishna River forms the north eastern and eastern boundary of the district, separating Guntur District from Krishna District. The district is bounded on the southeast by the Bay of Bengal, on the south by Prakasam District, on the west by Mahbubnagar District, and on the northwest by Nalgonda District. It is divided into 57 mandals. .
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Paddy, tobacco, cotton and chillies are the main agricultural products cultivated in the district. Amaravathi, Ponnur, Bhattiprolu, Vinukonda, Kotappakonda, Undavalli caves, Gurazala, Macherla, Kondaveedu fort are the historical places in Guntur dist. .
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Guntur is home of historically significant Amaravati, Bhattiprolu and Sitanagaram monuments. The city is also a centre for business, industry, and agriculture.. Additionally, the Guntur area economy has an agricultural component that is internationally known for its exports of chillies, cotton, and tobacco. NTR Manasa Sarovar, Hailand, Suryalanka beach are the famous tourist spots. .
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Amararam (amaravathi_ situated in the banks of Krishna River), Kotappakonda Trikoteswaralayam, Peda Kakani Sivalayam, Chejera Kapoteswaralayam, Macherla Chennakesava Swamy Alayam, Bapatla Bhavannarayana Swamy Temple, Vaikuntapuram Temple, Tenali are the famous Temples in Guntur Dist