Hyderabad remains the most popular gem of Telangana. The city paints a perfect contrast of old and new. Visit Charminar, a popular historical landmark here. This monument was raised by Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah in Cazia style architecture. The monument features a mosque on top floor since 400 years. It features a square structure with four grand arches and minarets which are 56 meters high. The monument remains crowded by locals and travellers as it is a focal point for all festivals and other celebrations. Golconda Fort also attracts history lovers. The fort was built during the Yadava Dynasty and was later passed on to numerous dynasties. The most amazing fact about this fort is that if you clap at Fateh Darwaza, the sound can be heard at Bala Hissar which is a kilometre apart from each other. Makkah Masjid of Hyderabad is over 400 years old and remains the centrepiece of the city. The mosque is considered as highly significant as it was constructed from the soil especially bought from Mecca. Salarjung Museum is also loved by history enthusiasts to spot some stunning collections most of which belong to Mir Yousuf Ali Khan. From Indian sculptures to bronze statues, Persian carpets and Chinese porcelain, there is no dearth of exhibits here.