Ross Hill, popularly referred to as Kanyamarykonda, it's miles locketed Visakhapatnam is one of the maximum peaks on Eastern Ghats. The hill is called after an Englishman Mr. Ross, who built his house in this hill throughout 1864. The hill is devoted to a few one of a kind faiths; for this reason, it's miles visited by using human beings belonging to different religions and castes. The residence was later converted right into a Roman Catholic chapel named, Our Lady of the Sacred Heat. The direction leading to the chapel is fantastically decorated with Catholic icons and pix. Another hill houses Ishak Medina, a tomb of the Sayed Ali Medina, a Muslim saint.
The Venkateswara hill has a beautiful temple committed to Sri Venkateswara Konda. The hill gives a beautiful view of numerous seashores, shipbuilding yard and the Visakhapatnam Port The Ross Hill Church on the ‘Ross Hill’, and The Baba Ishq Madina Dargah at the ‘Dargah Konda’. Each of these shrines has added to the dignity and records of Vizag. They are the finest examples of communal harmony and are witness to the boom of small-town into what Vizag is nowadays. While the Dargah is set seven hundred years antique, the temple is more than centuries old.