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Almora

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Almora district is a district in the Kumaon division of Uttarakhand state, India. The headquarters is at Almora. It is famous for its beauty and views of the Himalayas, cultural heritage, handicrafts and cuisine. It is 1,638 meters above sea level. The town of Almora is surrounded by Pithoragarh district to the east, Garhwal region to the west, Bageshwar district to the north and Nainital district to the south. The hill station of Almora is situated on a horseshoe-shaped ridge of a mountain, the eastern portion of which is called Talifat and the western one is known as Selifat. The landscape of Almora attracts thousands of tourists each year and it is a business hub for the Kumaon region. Developed by the kings of Chand dynasty, it was later maintained and further developed by the British regime.
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Jageshwar Temple Almora

Jageshwar is situated at an elevation of 1,870 mt above sea level and at a distance of 37 km from Almora.

Jhula Devi Temple Ranikhet

Jhula Devi temple is a place of attraction at Ranikhet hill Station. The Present Temple complex was constructed in 1935.

Surya Temple Almora

Katarmal Sun Temple, situated 16 km north-west of Almora, is one of the famous historical places of Kumaon hills in Uttaranchal.