Make your trip to Chennai more diverse by heading over to the Parthasarathy Temple where a totally unique experience graciously awaits you. Although a lot of the attributes in the temple built in the former times are pretty much the same, the Parthasarathy Temple is adorned with some dazzling features which take it precedence over its counterparts. Located in Tiruvallikkeni, the temple is the earliest and distinctive architecture of the city.
The Marina Beach, embellished with glistening golden sand and a crystal layer of blue water, is amongst the most excellent beaches in India. Stretching over a distance of 3 kilometers from Chennai, it is considered as the second largest beach in the world. A lot of the credit for transforming the beach to a tourist attraction can be attributed to the Governor Mountstuart Elphinstone Grand Duff. You will be mesmerized by the experience of observing the rising and setting of the sun.
The Santhome Cathedral Church
The Santhome Cathedral Church in Chennai is a revered place, mainly among the Catholic Christians. This church was constructed in conformity with the Neo-Gothic fashion of architecture, which was recommended by the British builders of the nineteenth century. The 183-ft high steeple was erected in 1894. You can also go to the museum to witness all the artifacts that date back to the St. Thomas era.
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