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Tourist Spots in Ambala

The city of Ambala is not much of a tourist place apart from a number of shrines and religious places. Still, if you are on a visit to the city, there is no need for you to worry. Ambala has a sufficient number of tourist and historical places to keep you hooked during your visit. Here we have given a detailed description about some of the well known places of interest for tourists in the city of Ambala.

Tourist Spots in Ambala

Christian Cemetery in Ambala

Located on the Jagadhari Road in the town of Ambala Cantt, the Christian Cemetery is scattered in an area of 22 acres. The place is under the management of the Haryana Government and the maintained by the area’s Estate Officer. Here, you will get a chance to see the cemeteries of some of the famous personalities which are around 300 years old.

Address: Alexandra Road
Near G.M.N College, Ambala Cantt

Kos Minar in Ambala

Kos Minar is a yet another prehistoric exemplar of the Mughal style of architecture. It is believed that Kos Minar was constructed by the famous Mughal ruler, Sher Shah Suri, approximately 400 years back. Mainly, it was put up as a high point between places to facilitate easy journey. However, due to lack of maintenance and renovation, the Kos Minar has been declared as a protected monument under the Act of Ancient Monuments Preservation.

Address: Wholesale Cloth Market
Grand Trunk Road, Ambala City

Old Planetarium in Ambala

The planetarium in the city of Ambala is the oldest and one of its kinds Planetarium of the country. Originally known by the name of ‘Chitra’, the planetarium is shaped in the form of a dome. In those times when there was not much advancement in science as compared to today’s times, viewing the sky and stars from any direction was much adventurous and an astonishing sight for a common man. The Planetarium had organized various episodes on planets, stars, zodiac signs, orbits, constellation and much more. The visitors were closely demonstrated the movement ad monitoring of the globe.

Address: Jagadhari Road,
Ambala Cantonment, Ambala,

Air Force Base in Ambala

The Air Force Base in the city and Ambala is one of the oldest airbases of Indian Air Force having been set up during the British times. However, the Air Base is not completely open to the tourists to visit. You can only visit it till a specified point. The air force base of Ambala has played a significant role in the  war between India and Pakistan in the year of 1947.

Address: Ambala Cantt
Mandli, Haryana – 133 001

All the tourist spots mentioned above are in the city of Ambala area a popular attraction for the tourists in the city of Ambala. So, whenever you get a chance to visit Ambala, make sure you explore these destinations in the city.

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