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Andhra Pradesh - Facts

Salar Jung Museum at Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh, India), is the world’s largest one man collection of artifacts. It houses fine pieces of Islamic art, European paintings and Italian sculptures among others
 
Nagarjunasagar (Andhra Pradesh, India) is the world's tallest masonry dam, at a height of 124 metres, and creates a reservoir holding up to 11,472 million cubic metres
Accounting for more than 98% of the country's production of barites, mineral rich Andhra Pradesh (India) has almost a monopoly on ‘Chrysotile Asbestos’
Andhra Pradesh (India) is the largest producer of rice in the country. It also accounts for about 55% of the country's production of castor, and about 94% of Virginia tobacco
Andhra Pradesh (India) is blessed with a beautiful countryside, watered by 34 rivers and commands a coastline of nearly 1000 kilometres.
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The Eastern Ghats rail route from Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh, India) to Anantagiri is one of the highest broad guage tracks in the world, and Shimliguda Station is the highest broad gauge station

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