About Viluppuram District
Viluppuram, Villupuram, or Vizhuppuram is one of the 38 states that make up the region of Tamil Nadu, India. It was founded on 30 September 1993, before which it was part of the Cuddalore district. Vizhuppuram district is located at the crossroads of the national highway connecting Tiruchirappalli with Chennai. Viluppuram County was previously part of Cuddalore County. It was then split in two from Cuddalore and became a separate district on 30th September 1993. As a result, the history of the Viluppuram district is very similar to that of Cuddalore.
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It is well connected by rail and is a great meeting place. From here one can go to any part of Tamil Nadu and other parts of India. The region has temples, masques and churches that are very old and famous.
The region has an area of 3725 km2.
There are 2 complete valleys in Villupuram.
There are 928 villages in the region.
There are a total of 15 cities in the region.
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