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Nilamel is a town located in Kollam District of Kerala, India. It lies on the M C Road Thiruvananthapuram-Angamali state highway-1) and is 45 km from Thiruvananthapuram, 24 km away from Kottarakara and 5 km away from Kadakkal.



Nilamel is located at 8°49′00″N76°53′00″E / 8.81667°N 76.88333°E / 8.81667; 76.88333 . [1] District: Kollam Area  : 22 km Population: 14,208 Literacy : 89.5%

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