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Kurnool is a city in Andhra Pradesh which is bounded by the state of Telangana in the north and Bellary district of Karnataka in the west. It is often referred to as the 'Gateway of Rayalaseema'. The city is known for its archaeological findings which include rocks paintings and caves. \n\nThe Konda Reddy Fort or the Konda Reddy Buruju, which is located at the heart of the city, is one of Kurnool’s most famous landmarks. Several Hindus flock to the Ayyappa Swamy Temple in Kurnool, which also draws tourists of other religions. Other popular temples in Kurnool include the Jagannatha Gutta Temple, which is an old temple dedicated to the Hindu God, Shiva, and the temple dedicated to Shirdi Sai Baba. \n\nKurnool has much to offer for food lovers. Dishes that you absolutely must try include the Andhra style fried chicken, Natikodi pulusu and jonna rotti, borugulu, ragi mudda, Brahmam Neyyi Dosa, and Haleem. Be sure to try out Nannari, which is a drink made from a local herb with medicinal properties. For those interested in shopping, Kurnool is a good place to purchase gold. You can also include white jonnalu or white jowar and sonamasuri rice to your shopping list.
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