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Malabar is a region in Kerala in India. It is divided into six districts. Here are nine of the most notable cities. Malabar was a district of British India until 1947.
Kozhikode, formerly Calicut, is one of the major cities in Kerala, India.
Kozhikode District or Calicut District is in Malabar, in Kerala, India.
Kannur is a city in Kerala, India. Kannur is a seaside city on the northern side of Kerala State in India.
Kannur District is in Malabar area of Kerala state, India. The population is 2.4 million and the density is 813 people per Kannur has both coastal and hilly towns and villages.
Beypore or Beypur is one of the major ports in the state of Kerala, India.
Wayanad is a region of Kerala state in India. It is a forest district with a small population engaged in agricultural activities.
Palakkad District is in Malabar, Kerala, India. The population is 2.8 million and the density is 627 people per Palakkad Gap is the only place where Kerala is not shielded by the Western Ghats mountain ranges.
Kasaragod is a town in Kasaragod District at the northern end of Malabar, Kerala in India.
Malappuram District is in Malabar, Kerala, India. The cities of Malappuram can appear very ugly because of sense less contruction activities and infinite number of noisy motorcycles.
Tellicherry or Thalassery is a city in Kannur District. Thalassery is known as the political and cultural capital of Malabar.
Kasaragod District http://kasargod.nic.in/ is the northernmost part of Malabar region in Kerala, India.
Sultan Bathery, previously known as Sultan's Battery, is a town in the Malabar region of Kerala, India.
Nilambur is a town in Kerala in India. The nearest airport is at Kozhikode.
Kalpetta http://wayanad.nic.in/ is a city and a municipality in the Wayanad district in the Indian state of Kerala.
Mananthavady is a city in the Malabar region of Kerala, India. Mananthavady is the third biggest town in the Wayanad district.
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