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Hill Stations in West Bengal

Darjeeling
Vishnupur (the distance from Kolkata is 132 kms), now the headquarters of the subdivision of the same name in Bankura district
Kurseong
Coochbehar is reminiscent of the Koch maharajas who had regined over the sovereign state for more than 400 years.
Kalimpong
Malda, located 365 km north of Kolkata, was formerly known as English Bazaar. An English factory was established here in 1771.
Mirik
The heritage trail of West Bengal leads to the district of Hooghly, 47 km north of Kolkata.
Dooars Valley
Burdwan also called BARDHAMAN, or BARDDHAMAN - a major communications centre lying astride the Banka River just north of the Damodar River.
Lava & Lolaygaon
Mayapur , Chandroday Temple , Nabadwip ,Sonargouranga, Krishnanagar ...
Siliguri
Pathra , Gop Garh , Karnagarh Temple ...
Shushunia (Bankura)
It is one of the important peaks in the district, rising abruptly from the neighboring plains to a height of 440 metes.
Ayodhaya Pahar (Purulia)
Purulia is the headquarters of Purulia district and lies north of the Kasai river. It is a major railroad junction. Purulia became a municipality in 1876. Purulia is famous for its masked dance form known as the Chau.

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