How to Call Poona From the USA
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Check out the details on how to dial Poona:
- Start off with 011, the U.S./Canada exit code.
- Next, dial 91 — the India country code.
- Then, dial 20 — the Poona area code (for landlines only).
- Finally, enter the 8-digit Poona landline number or 10-digit Poona cell number.
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The perception of Poona:
Located in the state of Maharashtra near Mumbai, Poona plays the role of culturally advanced little brother to the biggest metropolis in India. Poona is the 7th largest city in India and has existed since the middle of the 8th century. Bringing in people from all over due to its rich culture, Poona’s economy is also no slouch, as it counts IT, automobiles and manufacturing as key contributors to the city’s strong financial outlook.
The culture of Poona can be directly attributed to its liberal school of thought and extensive academic reputation. Poona has a number of religious dance and music festivals, as well as famous historical landmarks, such as Lal Mahal, Aga Khan Palace and the Sinhagad Fort.
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