Vizag: Real Estate is for sale in the picturesque coastal city of Vizag.
With the rising tide of development and the rising popularity of the tourist attraction, Vizag has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country.
The city’s skyline is known for its colourful architecture and the many architectural features, which include temples, palaces, palatial mansions, and churches.
The City of Vizags main market is in Pancheepet, a neighbourhood of Vizagar, a district of Vizgareth, the capital of the region.
The neighbourhood is also known for having the highest number of flats for sale per square metre in the state of Vizarga.
Real estate agents in Vizagar will tell you that the price of flats in Vizagra are in the region of Rs 5,000-10,000 per sq.m, with many properties being listed for more than Rs 20,000.
Vizag houses are in need of maintenance and have to be renovated, so a lot of these properties are not available for sale anymore.
A couple of years ago, a villa in Vizgara, the same area as the current residence of Panchmula, was sold for Rs 6 crore.
Another villa is being built in the same neighbourhood of Pancheppet for Rs 10 crore.
A house in Panches neighborhood was sold by real estate agent K P Rao in 2012 for Rs 13 crore.
In Panchkaripet, the city has a residential area of 7,000 houses, which are being built for a total of 4,000 homes.
It is known as a hub of the local art scene and also a city of architectural talent.
The town of Vizagra has also become one place for people to live and work.
Apart from this, the area is also renowned for its rich history.
In 15th century, the village of Panchepet was called the ‘place of peace’ in ancient times, where the king and other nobles lived in luxury.
This was the first village to be named after the city of Kolkata, a city which was founded by Mahatma Gandhi and later was later renamed to Vizag by the British.
The name of the town of Panches is the only one to contain a large Christian congregation.
Vizgari has a rich tradition of culture, which is reflected in the rich heritage of art and architecture of the city.
The famous Bali-Bhutan river and the beauty of the landscape are also the main reasons for the high number of foreign visitors in Vizgal.
This is one of those reasons which is why people have started to seek out the Vizag-Panchkulam road from Vizgagar and Panchpreet, for their holiday destinations.
The route passes through the heart of the Vizgag tourist area, which offers a beautiful panorama of the Panchmatu river.
The Panchpat is a natural marvel, with the most stunning architecture and structures in the city, which also includes the most spectacular temple in the world.
The temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The first major temple in India was built in 1858 in Vizganath.
The temples in Vizgaar were built by monks from around the world and the most important of them are the five-storey structure, the Pangapattu, which was constructed in the 16th century.
The five-story structure was built to house the worshipers of the Lord and is one the most beautiful temples in the Indian state of Kannada.
There are a lot more temples in Panchet, including the temple of Vimalakirti, which has the largest building in the town, the temple-temple at Mahatpattu.
Mahatpur Panch, a temple-like structure, has been built in a little over 50 years and has a magnificent dome with a dome roof.
The structure has a roof with a large gilded dome on top.
The gilded temple was built during the reign of the Kannadigas grandson, Muthu.
The structures are surrounded by a huge marble courtyard.
The complex is the second largest in India after the temple in Pankpattur.
The next temple is the temple at Mahapatilipur, which dates back to the 17th century and is now one of two major structures of the state.
The Mahapantilipuri Temple, which stands in the centre of the courtyard of the temple, is the largest in the whole country, measuring 3,500 square metres.
The other temple is at the Pankapattunaram temple in Vizgar, which belongs to the temple tradition.
It has a dome and a terrace with a gilded facade.
The walls of the terrace are covered with the Kavadiyar