Dedicated to Goddess Kali, this temple is a landmark at the Ramakrishna Beach on the Beach Road in Visakhapatnam. Bhavatarani Charitable Trust constructed this temple in 1984. The uniqueness of the Siva Temple, located within the premises of this Kali Temple, is its Linga called Rasalinga, which is made of a single stone weighing around 10 Kgs.
Karakachettu Polamamba Temple
One of the most famous temples of the fishing community in and around Visakhapatnam, this temple is suppose to have a 600 year old history. Every year, tens of thousands of people throng to this temple for the annual festival of Sri Karakachettu Polamamba temple in Peda Waltair.
Ross Hill Church
Rose Hill Church is located at the entrance of the Visakhapatnam harbor. The hill got its name from the owner of a bungalow situated on the top of the hill, Mr. Ross - a judge. In 1866, the then Bishop Msgr J.M. Tissot acquired the bungalow and an altar was erected and blessed as a chapel on August 15, 1867, by the then Vicar General Fr. Richard.
This Hindu temple is dedicated to one of the incarnations of Lord Vishnu called Narasimha. The original shape of the deity in the tribhanga posture has two hands with the head of a lion on a human torso. The architectural style of the temple is a blend of Oriya and Dravidian. It is the second richest temple in India after Tirupati.
Thotlakonda houses ancient Buddhist monasteries which are believed to have been built during Ashoka's rule in 2nd century BC. The monasteries consisting of many Chaityas (prayer halls), Viharas (living spaces for monks), reservoirs and a 17 meters tall Maha Stupa were spread over 316 acres. This hill, Thotlakonda, is one of a series of such hills that were inhabited by Buddhists around the present city of Visakhapatnam reportedly until 3rd century AD.