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Vizag Beach View from Kailasagiri Hills

Visakhapatnam is a fast growing metro in the east coast of Andhra Pradesh. It is well known for its natural beauty and its natural harbor. The city, the sea and its beaches and Dolphin's nose hill look too beautiful when viewed from Kailasagiri Hills.
View of Vizag city from Kailasagiri Hills
The rope way up to the Kailasagiri Hills provides a thrilling ride in the cable car with eye-catching views of Vizag city with the sea and its beaches.
View of the city and the sea from cable car
The greenery around is much more enjoyable while climbing up the rope way. A thrilling yet enjoyable experience indeed.

Rope way
A night view of the beautifully illuminated city when viewed from Kailasagiri Hills is really awesome.
View of Vizag at night from Kailasagiri
The sea and its beaches look wonderful when viewed from Kailasagiri Hills.
View of sea from Kailasagiri hills
Despite the huzzle buzzle of the fast growing metro, the sea remains serene and calm and gives much relaxation to the city dwellers who get themselves lost in the serenity.
Waves washing the rocks
and sands of the beach
It's a real real beautiful world where one can relax for a while after the day's / week's work and get much of rejuvenation and recharging of body and mind.

Note: The above pics were clicked much before the Hudhud devastation of the city.

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This sample speech would be helpful for the school principal to deliver on the occasion of school farewell day party.

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