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Situated around 120 km northeast of Hyderabad, Warangal is the fourth largest city of Andhra Pradesh. Warangal was once the capital of kingdom ruled by Kakatiya Dynasty who ruled the city for more than 2 centuries. The city was then called as 'Orugallu' meaning one stone. It got the name as the entire city was carved in a single stone. Warangal is most noted for the oldest temples and monuments in Andhra Pradesh. The city finds reference in the diary of Marco Polo, the legendary traveler. The temples especially are a great example of architectural skills that were possessed by people in that era. Today it is an important destination in terms of economy. It is a well known exporter of granite, cotton, rice and chillies.
Warangal is a city consisting of three towns namely Warangal, Kazipet and Hanamkonda. These districts have some exquisite lakes and gardens that lend the city a touch of natural beauty. The city comes under the Telangana region which means that you will find more people speaking Telugu language. Warangal is a good place to shop for thick cotton fibre carpets and scroll paintings on a cloth.

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