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Thuruthipilly is a town in Kunnathunad Taluk of Ernakulam district in the Indian state of Kerala. It is near Allapra on Perumbavoor-Kolenchery road. Thurthipilly is famous for its Jacobite Orthodox church.
Kunnathunad is a Taluk in Ernakulam district in the Indian state of Kerala. Its headquarters is Perumbavoor town.
Ernakulam is a district of Kerala, India situated in the central part of that state. Spanning an area of about 3,068 km2, Ernakulam district is home to over 12% of Kerala’s population. Its headquarters is located at Kakkanad in Kochi. Ernakulam is known as the commercial capital of Kerala. The district is famous for its ancient temples, churches, and mosques. The district includes the largest metropolitan region of the state, Greater Cochin. Ernakulam district is the highest revenue yielding district in the state. It is the third most populous district in Kerala, after Malappuram and Thiruvananthapuram .. Ernakulam district also hosts the highest number of international and domestic tourists in Kerala state.
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This article lists the various old churches that exist among the Saint Thomas Christians. in Kerala.
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St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, also known as Old St. Mary's, is a historic church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is located in the Society Hill neighborhood at 248 S. Fourth Street, between Spruce and Walnut Streets.
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Allapra is a town in Kunnathunad Taluk of Ernakulam district in the Indian state of Kerala. It is on Perumbavoor-Kolenchery road. It is a junction where road to Thuruthipilly meet Perumbavoor-Kolenchery road.
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