|Altitude:||920 m (3,018 ft)|
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| Chikballapur-Bangalore City Railway|
Mysore State Railway
Southern Mahratta Railway
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places of interest during the British period
Bangalore (now Bengaluru) became part of British India in 1809. It was the scene of a mutiny in 1832, which was unsuccessful. Bangalore is the capital of the modern Indian state of Karnataka.
(A) 12.95495, 77.604772, Hosur Road Cemetery
(B) 12.991793, 77.612722, St John's Church, 132 St John's Church Road 13.269353, 78.027649 (C) 12.969661, 77.605555, St Patrick's Cathedral, Brigade Road (D) 13.003303, 77.59047, Royal Palace, Jayamahal Road
12.975944, 77.600427 (E) 12.975944, 77.600427, St Mark's Church, MG Road
(F) 12.967037, 77.617604, Agram Cemetery, Richmond Road (G) 12.962781, 77.596886, St Joseph's College, Lalbagh Road (H) 12.961286, 77.606038, Baldwins Boys High School, Hosur Road
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B - St John's Church, 132 St John's Church Road
C - St Patrick's Cathedral, Brigade Road
D - Bangalore Royal Palace, Jayamahal Road
E - St Mark's Cathedral Church, MG Road
F - Agram Cemetery, Richmond Road
G - Joseph's College, Lalbagh Road
H - Baldwins Boys High School, Hosur Road
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