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Attractions to explore nearby Dr MGR Memorial

Dr MGR MemorialMarina Beach Road, Navalar Nagar, Chepauk, Triplicane, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600005, India

Mgr memorial is a memorial structure built on the Marina beach adjacent to the Anna memorial. This memorial is built in the memory of former chief minsiter and actor DR M.G Ramachandran and his protege J. Jayalalitha whose bodies were buried at this site.

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Anna Memorial0.14 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

This is a memorial structure built in the Marina beach Chennai in memory of the former chief minister of Tamilnadu Mr Annadurai.

Marina Beach1.63 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

Marina beach is a natural urban beach in Chennai along the Bay of Bengal. this is the longest natural beach in the country.

Chennai Marina Lighthouse2.81 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

A lighthouse situated in the Marina beach Chennai facing the bay of Bengal on the east coast of the Indian subcontinent.

Connemara Public Library3.17 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

One of the four National Depository Libraries which receives a copy of all books, newspapers, and periodicals published in India. Situates in a British era building with great architecture.

Government Museum Chennai3.19 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

One of the most famous sightseeing spots in Chennai. there is a huge collection of artifacts and so many objects relating geology, archaeology, zoology, anthropology, etc.

Santhome basilica church3.51 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

It is a Roman Catholic minor basilica in the Santhome city of Chennai which was built in16 th century by Portuguese explorers.

Arulmigu Kapaleeswarar Temple3.79 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

Kapaleeswarar temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Shiva located in Mylapore. The temple is an ancient one that was built around the 7th century in Dravidian architecture.wh

Valluvar Kottam4.84 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

Valluvar kottam is a monument in Chennai, dedicated to the classical Tamil poet and philosopher Valluvar.

Chetpet Ecopark4.97 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

This is a nice venue for boating and fishing. Auge walkway is there around the lake and it is decorated very well.

Elliots Beach7.42 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

This beach is the endpoint of the Marina beach shore. A prominent landmark on this beach is the Karl schmiditt memorial.

Guindy National Park8.37 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

Guindy national park is a protected area of Tamilnadu and the 8th smallest national park in India and one of the very few national parks situated inside a city.

Chennai Rail Museum9.34 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

The Chennai Rail Museum is a railway museum in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. The museum opened on 16 April 2002 on the premises of the Furnishing Division of the Integral Coach Factory near Villivakkam.

Madras War Cemetery11.37 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

The cemetery is spread over an area of 2.75 acres and contains 856 Commonwealth burials of the second-word war.

St. Thomas Mount National Shrine11.93 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

A small hillock in the Chennai city. The ancient Syrian church community of India traces the origin of their church here.

Puzhal aeri lake16.77 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

Also known as the Red hills lake. It is one of the two rainfed reservoirs that supplies water to the Chennai city.

Arignar Anna Zoological Park30.15 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

This is the first public zoo in India, affiliated with the central zoo authority of India.

This is to promote the conservation of the reptiles and amphibians and theirhabitats through education scientifc research and captive breeding.

Krishna's Butter Ball50.52 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

A gigantic granite boulder resting on a short incline in the historical town of Mahabalipuram. The boulder is approximately 6 meters high and 5 meters wide and weighs around 250 tons.

Descent of the Ganges50.65 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

Descent of the Ganges is a huge rock monument located on West Raja Street in Mahabalipuram. Carved in the 7th century during the Pallava reign on the face of an enormous boulder, this along with the adjacent carving, Arjuna's Penance, is one of the largest open-air rock sculptures in the world.

Shore Temple50.67 KMs away from Dr MGR Memorial

This 8th-century temple is so named because it overlooks the shore of the Bay of Bengal. This is recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site because of its architecture, history, and heritage.