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1/3 Places to Visit in Davangere with wildlife
Anekonda, Davangere
2.3 kms from Davangere city limits
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Located on the Davangere-Jaglur road, Anekonda is a famous tourist site in the city of Davangere. Possessing historic significance, this place is approximately 2. 3 kms away from the main city of Davangere.

Anekonda is one among the must visit places in Davangere. No tourist must miss out on a visit to this place. The site served as a place for elephants of the king's army to be tied. It is believed that when Betur was the capital, Gandas, Uchangi, Pandyas, Chalukyas and Hoysalas were the ruling dynasties. The site has many epigraphs of these dynasties. Natives also say that Ane...

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2/3 Places to Visit in Davangere with wildlife
Indira Gandhi Zoo, Anagodu
18 kms from Davangere city limits
Wildlife

Indira Gandhi Zoo, Angod, Davangere, Karnataka is next to Anagodu and is located in Karnataka, India. This zoo is situated 18 kms from Davangere city.

Indira Gandhi Zoo is a good place for spending time in the company of fauna and flora and is well maintained and clean. There is also a section for children, surrounded by tall and dense shady trees. Indira Gandhi Zoo can be considered a nice picnic spot, good for a walk through. A canteen is also available offering mouth watering snacks and drinks at an affordable cost. Coming on to the wildlife one can see a variety of birds, deers...

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3/3 Places to Visit in Davangere with wildlife
Ranebennur Blackbuck Sanctuary
46.3 kms from Davangere city limits
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Ranebennur Blackbuck Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary located 46. 3 kms away from Devengere. It was set up for the protection of several endangered species of flora and fauna, including the Blackbuck. The sanctuary is located about 8 kilometres from Ranebannur Town.

Ranebannur Blackbuck sanctuary was established in 1974, and has an area of 119 square kilometres. Tourists are allowed access to 104 square kilometres, while the rest of the sanctuary is off-limits. There are currently about 6000 blackbucks here. Other than the blackbucks, this sanctuary is home to several more magnifi...

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