Religious Places in Munnar
Religious Places in Munnar

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Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church

AddressMount Carmel Roman Catholic Church General Hospital Rd, Nullatanni, Munnar, Kerala 685612 04865 230 323 https://maps.google.com/?cid=1272948312741886777
Average Time To Spend2 Hours
BriefTranquil & understated Catholic church, founded in 1898, set on a hill with views of the town
Distance From Other Place1.1 KM from C.S.I Christ Church, 150 m from Munnar Juma Masjid
ExtraSettled on the rolling hills, this church has turned into one of the most important religious place for the people of Munnar.
FactsKnown to be the first Catholic Church in the region, this religious edifice was started by Father Alphonse of the Spanish Missionary.
Opening HoursOpen 24 Hrs
People Love For PlaceBeautiful church on hill which offers great view of the lively atmosphere of Munnar
Ticket PriceFree
Time For PujaSunday Mass at 7.30 AM and 9.30 AM
TipsMaintain tranquility when you visit the church. Be decently dressed
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Munnar Juma Masjid

AddressMunnar Juma Masjid SH17, Nullatanni, Munnar, Kerala 685612 https://maps.google.com/?cid=7591294828815811332
Average Time To Spend1 Hour
BriefOne of the three religious places in the town on a triangle hill tops
Distance From Other Place1.2 KM from Subramanya Temple, 1.2 KM from C.S.I Christ Church
Distance From Other Place
FactsWomen Prayer hall and Majestic Hall is available in the main area of Masjid
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People Love For PlaceGood atmosphere and special facility for women and children to pray
Ticket PriceFree
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TipsMosque is the most crowded on Friday
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Subramanya Temple, Munnar

AddressSri Subramaniya Swamy Temple bazaar, Silent Valley, Munnar, Kerala 685612 https://maps.google.com/?cid=4246690193773575780
Average Time To SpendBelow 1 Hour
BriefSri Subramanya Temple is a Hindu temple located in Munnar in Idukki district in the Indian state of Kerala
Distance From Other Place2.4 KM from Tea Museum, 9 KM from Attukad Waterfalls
ExtraThis temple located on a small hill was worshiped by the Muthuvan tribal community in the past
FactsThe village is supposed to have derived its name from this temple - from the two words ‘kumara’ and ‘akam’ which in combination means ‘home of Lord Subrahmanya’.
Opening Hours6.00 AM- 8.00 PM
People Love For PlaceMarvelous views of Achenkovil River and its scenic banks surrounded by rich green trees.
Ticket PriceFree
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TipsFollow the usual Hindu ritual like leaving shoes outside the temple.
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