Kannur In Malabar Region

Kannur's illustrious past has luminaries ranging from King Solomon to Marco Polo, who are testaments to its greatness. Solomon's legendary temple used timber imported from these shores, while Marco Polo would spread the message about Kannur's importance in the international spice trade. From the Romans to the Greeks, it has been a major commercial centre for a majority of important products including spices, timber, coir, wood and sandal. To this day, it has maintained its position as an important player in the economic and cultural direction of God's Own Country.


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History
Agriculture and Industries
Heritage Zone
Kannur Beaches and Picnic Spots
Verdurous landscape
Pilgrim Centres
Other Tourist Spots


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