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Martola

Martola is a picturesque place known for its scenic grandeur located about 10 kms from Almora. This place is surrounded by thick woodlands and well-manicured gardens whose beauty has tempted many foreigners to settle here.

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Kalimat

Kalimat is a fairy tale hamlet located in the Hawalbag Tehsil of Almora district. This village comes under kalimat Panchayat. It is located about 5 km North of District Headquarters Almora and 201 km from Dehradun. Kalimat village is famous for offering village walks to the tourists. The nearby settlements to Kalimat village are Almora, The 'City of Lakes' Nainital, Haldwani the business hub and Champawat city.

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Deer Park

The Deer Park situated at Narayan Tiwari Dewai about 3 km from Almora. Lush green trees of pine surround the park and oak that adds up to its natural magnificence.The tourists from distant places visit this park to see myriad species of animals like deer, leopard, and Himalayan Black Bear. The exotic species of flora and fauna are found in abundance in this park..

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Kasar Devi Temple

Kasar Devi is a village near Almora, Uttarakhand. It is known for the Kasar Devi temple, a Devi temple, dedicated to Kasar Devi, after whom the place is also named. The temple structure dates to the 2nd century CE.

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Nanda Devi Temple

Nanda Devi Temple Is One Of The Most Visited Holy Temples In Kumaon Region Of Uttarakhand State. The Temple Is Located In Almora Town Above The Mall Road And Is Believed To Have Been The Goddess Honored By The Kings Of Kumaon And Garhwal Region. Founded 1000 Years Back, Nanda Devi Temple Is Devoted To The Patron Goddess Of The Chand Era.

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Govind Ballabh Pant Public Museum

Pandit Govind Ballabh Pant Museum is located on Mall Road in Almora city. This museum was built in 1980 to honour the noteworthy efforts of the great freedom fighter Pandit Govind Ballabh Pant in Uttarakhand's development. This museum possesses a unique collection of antiques belonging to the rulers of Katyuri and Chand dynasty.

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Bright End Corner

Situated 3 km away from Almora, Bright End Corner offers breathtaking views of sunset and sunrise. This serene viewpoint has a Vivekanand library situated very close to it. This place is dedicated to Swami Vivekanand, where he spent few days during his stay in the Himalayas.

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Katarmal Sun Temple

At a distance of 20 km from Almora and 30 km from Ranikhet, Katarmal Sun Temple is an ancient Hindu temple situated at Katarmal village in Almora district of Uttarakhand. ... The Sun Temple is noted for its magnificent architecture and is a monument of historical importance

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Chitai Golu Devta Temple

Chitai Temple is a very peaceful temple. The temple is dedicated to Golu devta, really nice place..Golu devta thought to be incarnation of Gaur Bhairav (Shiva)..people come here with wishes written in letters and stamps and offer bells.

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Simtola

Simtola is a famous picnic spot opposite to a horseshoe ridge, which offers a panoramic view of the luscious terrains and the nearby misty valleys. Nestled amidst the dense pine, fir and deodar trees Simtola is about 8 km away from Almora city. This sprawling green beauty is located near Hiradungi, which were a diamond-mining centre and a granite hill earlier.

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