Seringapatam, Seringapatnam

Seringapatam, Seringapatnam, einst die Residenz eigener, indischer Fürsten, deren Reihe Hyder Ali und Tippo Saib beschlossen, auf einer Insel des Cavery in der englisch-ostindischen Provinz Mysore gelegen, mit 32,000 Einw., einem uralten Tempel, großen Waffenfabriken, und dem prächtigen Grabmal Hyder Ali's.


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