Banganapalle
Banganapalle
Banganapalle (Indien)
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Staat: Indien
Bundesstaat: Andhra Pradesh
Distrikt: Kurnool
Lage: 15° 19′ N, 78° 14′ O15.31666666666778.233055555556Koordinaten: 15° 19′ N, 78° 14′ O

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Banganapalle (auch Banaganapalli) ist ein Ort im indischen Bundesstaat Andhra Pradesh. Er liegt im Distrikt Kurnool, südlich der Distriktshauptstadt und ist für die Kultivierung der gleichnamigen Mangosorte bekannt.

Von 1790 bis 1948 war er Hauptstadt des Fürstenstaates Banganapalle.


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