India’s oldest Shipyard
Hindustan Shipyard Limited is India’s first and the most seasoned shipyard set up route in 1941 during the World War II. By the year 2009, it has had worked more than 170 vessels and repaired very nearly 2000 ships and it is likewise known for directing repairs for Indian Navy submarines.
And that’s not all, it is also armed to build atomic fueled submarines.
INS Kursura – First Submarine Museum in South Asia
INS Kursura is one of the initial four submarines purchased by the Indian Navy in 1969. It was one of the key players in the 1971 Indo-Pak war. It was decommissioned in 2001, whereupon it was built up as a Submarine museum in Rama Krishna shoreline of Vizag on 9 August 2002.
Dolphin’s Nose – India’s Most Powerful Lighthouse
The country’s most effective Lighthouse is Dolphin’s Nose and coordinates ships 65 kms away. It protects the harbor, from where manganese and iron mineral are transported out. No big surprise it’s a gigantic vacation destination.
First Naval Base – INS_Circars
Vizag has the first and the biggest maritime summon in India. Vishakhapatnam, being the Headquarters, is additionally a deliberately vital dockyard for two atomic fueled submarines. Because of clog and substantial transportation movement, another 20 square km base INS Varsha is being produced for elite maritime use around 50 km south of the city.
Aloysius high school – Oldest School in Andhra Pradesh
St. Aloysius High School, built up in the year 1847 was a whole new chapter added to rejuvenate the essence of Vizag. Although, it confronted numerous snags up and down overarching transcendent period but one of the best schools of Andhra Pradesh, currently.