World Heritage Day: Check out Telangana's most popular heritage sites
The historic Ramappa Temple is a Kakatiya-style Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and Telangana's first UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Charminar, a historic structure in the heart of Hyderabad built by Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah in 1591, has become an an iconic symbol of the city's heritage
Golconda Fort, a fortress in Hyderabad that consists of four bastions with eight entrances, was the early capital of the Qutb Shahi Dynasty.
The 200-year-old official residence of the Nizams of Hyderabad, Chowmahalla Palace, is an architectural marvel with ornately sculpted components adorning its huge gardens.
Falaknuma Palace, perched 2,000 feet above the city of Hyderabad, was built in 1894 and was the Nizam's former palace.
Thousand Pillars Temple, located at the base of Hanamkonda hill in Warangal, was built in the 12th century by Kakatiya King Rudra Deva. The major attraction of this temple is a massive Nandi sculpture carved out of a single rock.
The Qutb Shahi tombs complex includes 30 tombs, mosques, and a mortuary bath belonging to the Qutb Shahi Dynasty's monarchs, queens, children, and elites.
The magnificent Bhuvanagiri fort, which dates back to about 3,000 years, is a historic landmark, built on a monolithic rock fort on Telangana's tallest mountain.
Chiran Palace, amid the Kasu Brahmananda Reddy national park in the affluent Jubilee Hills, is the official palace of Prince Mukarram Jah and heirs of the Nizam's family.
The Khammam fort, built on Stambhadri hills by the Kakatiya rulers around 950 AD, is an established tourist attraction in Khammam.
Moazzam Jahi Market, located in Old City Hyderabad, was built in 1935 and is recognised for its striking architecture, which includes arches, a spiral staircase, a clock, and granite stone.
The Indo-Saracenic style building of Koti Women's College, which was originally the British Residency, greets visitors with its imposing portico, which stands on giant corinthian pillars forty feet high and has a distinctive neoclassical facade.
The state Assembly building in Hyderabad's public gardens was built in 1905 by people of the Principality of Hyderabad who raised funds to honour the 40th anniversary of Hyderabad's sixth Nizam, Nizam Mahboob Ali Khan.