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Allahabad Planetarium

The historical and picturesque city of Allahabad is situated at the confluence and meeting point the rivers Saraswati, Yamuna and Ganges, popularly known to be the Triveni Sangam. The city of allahabad was previously known as Prayag. The city is well known for a famous historical event. The event was that at this city Brahma offered his first sacrifice after creating the world. Allahabad is famous for and is proud of its rich cultural heritage and its religious importance.

There are a huge number tourist attraction spots in Allahabad. Every year millions of people and pilgrims come from all over India as well as every corner of the world to visit the beautiful city of Allahabad. The tourist spots include Anand Bhavan, Hanuman Mandir, Swaraj Bhawan, Nagvasuki Temple, Patalpuri Temple, Alope Devi Mandir, Allahabad Fort, Ashoka Pillar, Akshaya Vat, Allahabad Museum, Someshwar Mahadev Temple, Shivkoti Mahadev Temple, Allahabad Planetarium, Film City, Patthar Girja (All Saint's Cathedral) and the list goes on and on. Out of all these tourist places the one that stands out is the Allahabad Planetarium, Allahabad.

History

Allahabad Planetarium, Allahabad was established in the year 1979. The Allahabad Planetarium in Allahabad in India was built to promote scientific thinking.

Description

Allahabad Planetarium, Allahabad is located beside Anand Bhavan. Allahabad Planetarium, Uttar Pradesh provides and offers five shows every single day. These shows that the planetarium offers to the visitors include very interesting topics. The shows feature many interesting and definitely very intriguing aspects related to astronomy as well as space. The planetarium takes the visitors for a celestial trip of the scientific kind and nature.

It is worth visiting this planetarium and it is definitely a lifetime experience for the tourists. Here the visitors can take and measure their weight on Moon and Jupiter. There is a moon model on display at the planetarium.