Chempittapally

Chempittapally is an old masjid in West Kochi in State, . The name "Chempittapally" is derived from the Malayalam word "chemp" and "palli".

Notable Places in the Area

Tourist attraction
The is a Portuguese palace popularly known as the Dutch Palace, in , Kochi, in the state of which features Kerala murals depicting portraits and exhibits of the Rajas of Kochi. is situated 1 km north of Chempittapally. Photo: Ranjithsiji, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Synagogue
The Paradesi Synagogue was built in 1568 by Samuel Castiel, David Belila, and Joseph Levi for the… is situated 1 km north of Chempittapally. Photo: jeem, CC BY 2.5.

Island
is the largest artificial island in India, which forms part of the , in the . is situated 2 km east of Chempittapally.

College
The , located at Kochi, Kerala, India, is an accredited first grade Arts, Science and Commerce College affiliated to , Kerala, India. is situated 800 metres west of Chempittapally.

Localities in the Area

Neighborhood
is a village in near in the state of .

Suburb
is a locality in the city of , . Photo: കാക്കര, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Suburb
is a region in the city of in the state of , India. Photo: Bellus Delphina, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Chempittapally

Latitude
9.9488° or 9° 56' 55.7" north
Longitude
76.2596° or 76° 15' 34.5" east
Open­Street­Map ID
way 722702817
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: مسجد شمبتابالي
  • Egyptian Arabic: مسجد شمبتابالى
  • English: Chempittapally Mosque
  • Chembittapally Juma Mosque

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