Hyderabad and Secunderabad are the twin cities situated in both sides of tank band. The cities are famous for their rulers, the Nizams. You may remember jewellery of the Nizams which attracted jewellery lovers all over the world. The charminar, Falaknuma palace and Salar Jung museum are worth visit.
Being an old medieval city Hyderabad had an attraction to the tourists. Now a new hi-tech city is build to cater IT institutes and a financial district for the offices of financial institutes.
The new international airport, first in private sector in India provides you modern facilities.
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Golkonda is not in Hyderabad but a place near by. There is a fort. It is the oldest mine of diamonds.
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