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Hirakud Dam, Sambalpur

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  • It is the largest earthen dam constructed in 50s. There are two watch towers on each side of the dam to have a proper view.  more »
  • It is the second largest dam of the world. There is a spectacular site, but it is worth to go given its huge size, and being in a very quiet place. Visit interesting
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  • The Hirakud Dam is such a scenic beauty that you will love to be in here throughout the day. The breeze at this place is simply very very pleasing and relaxing. Loved the visit here!  more »
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  • The Great Place of India World's 2nd longest Dam "Hirakud Dam" The Dam build in the upper side of River "Mahanadi" Best place to travel No Entry fee Osm views Enjoying a lot.
  • Wo wo wo,here is the longest earth dam on this earth.Earth dam means dam made from soil,earth=soil.You know this strong dam is made from soil and it's still longer than all the concrete dams of the nation and only shorter to a single countable dam in the Asian continent.It is also classified among the seven wonders of India.
  • Being said 'one of the greatest dam in world' is enough. The view is really mesmerizing.
  • Its sòoooo mesmerise... once in a life time a must visit place. The 2nd longest dam in the world 😊
  • Nice place, easily accessible, no entry fee to see the dam. More enjoyable in rainy season when gates are open.