State Highway 210, Pudukkottai District, Thirumayam, Tamil Nadu 622507, India
About Thirumayam Fort
A 40-acre wide ring fortress in the town of Thirumayam.The construction of the fort is of inferior quality as small blocks of stone were used along with bricks for the building of the fortification.
Attractions near Thirumayam Fort
Home to some incredible and rare collections of artifacts and relics related zoology, paintings, geology, epigraphy, anthropology, and more.
This is an ancient rock-cut cave shrine dedicated to Lord Ganesha. There are rock-cut images of Shiva and other gods as well as several shrines.
Sittanavasal cave is a second-century Jain complex of caves. The monument is a rock-cut monastery or temple created by Jains.
This is a protected area for birds. breeding habitat. It was declared as a sanctuary in 1977. This place draws attention to various migratory birds and species.
The Anna Science Centre Planetarium was established by the government of Tamil Nadu in 1999. Comprising of a number of exhibits that cover different eco-system and bio-diversity along
Manora Fort principally adopts its name “Manora”, from the corresponding English word “Minaret”. From the nearest shore, the hexagonal tower, which is built within the fort, is an 8-storied building, which is about 23-meters tall, looking over the majestic Bay of Bengal.
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