Kattupakkam

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Kattupakkam is a suburb of the city of Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

Location[edit]

Kattupakkam is located 20 kilometres from Fort St George on the Mount-Poonamallee Road. The nearest bus depot is at Iyyappanthangal, which is one kilometre from Kattupakkam, while the nearest railway station is at Guindy, 8 kilometres away. Kattupakkam is near to the Mangadu Amman temple. Tiruverkadu Karumari Amman Tenmple is about 5 kilometers from here. The famous Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute is about 2 kilometers.

Landmarks[edit]

Kattupakkam has a number of temples, mosques and churches. The Sri Vada Chendur Murugan Temple at Kattupakkam is one of the oldest Hindu temples built in the city.[citation needed] Pillayar Kovil on the Sendurpuram Main Road is another old temple.

Coordinates: 13°02′22″N 80°07′35″E / 13.039345°N 80.126515°E / 13.039345; 80.126515