Tiruchirappalli Central Prison

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Tiruchirappalli Central Prison
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Tiruchirappalli Central Prison (India)
Location Tiruchirapalli
Coordinates 10°46′46″N78°42′30″E / 10.779565°N 78.708447°E / 10.779565; 78.708447 Coordinates: 10°46′46″N78°42′30″E / 10.779565°N 78.708447°E / 10.779565; 78.708447
Security classCentral Prison
Managed byTamil Nadu Prison Department
City Tiruchirapalli
State Tamil Nadu
Country India

Tiruchirapalli Central Prison is located in Tiruchirapalli, India. The prison was built during 1865. The prison complex occupies an area comprising 289.10 acres (1.1699 km2). It is authorised to accommodate 2517 prisoners. [1]

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