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Attractions to explore near Fort Bijapur

Fort Bijapur
Fort BijapurGodbole Mala, Vijayapura, Karnataka 586101, India

Historical fort located in the heart of Bijapur. This fort was built by the founder of the Adil Shahi Dynasty.

Nearby Attractions

Gol Gumbaz
Gol Gumbaz0.04 KMs away from Fort Bijapur

Gol Gumbaz is a mausoleum of the king Muhammed Adhil Shah. the name is based on gola gummata derived from gol gommbadh meaning circular dome. This follows the style of Indo Islamic architecture.

Bara Kaman
Bara Kaman1.92 KMs away from Fort Bijapur

Bara kaman is an incomplete catacomb of Ali Adilshah 2 .He needed to manufacture a sepulchur of unmatched engineering quality. That we can experience while seeing this.

Shivgiri Temple
Shivgiri Temple2.54 KMs away from Fort Bijapur

There is an 85 feet tall Shiva statue.this is a growing pilgrimage location. 1500 tonnes statue of Lord Shiva is considered as the second largest one in India.

Almatti Dam
Almatti Dam57.79 KMs away from Fort Bijapur

Almatti dam is a hydroelectric project on the Krishna River. The 290 Mw power station is also situated beside the dam.

Durga Temple Aihole
Durga Temple Aihole91.32 KMs away from Fort Bijapur

Medieval Hindu Temple which was Part of a pending UNESCO world heritage site . Famous as a rare apsidal or round ended Hindu temple

Lad Khan Temple
Lad Khan Temple91.39 KMs away from Fort Bijapur

One of the oldest Hindu temples built in 5th century by the Kings of Chalukya Dynasty . Historical place which shows the architectural wonder of Karnataka

Vatavriksha Swami Samarth samadhi math Temple
Vatavriksha Swami Samarth samadhi math Temple91.56 KMs away from Fort Bijapur

Akkalkot is widely known for its association with Shri Swami Samarth Maharaj held by his devotees to be a reincarnation of Lord Dattatreya. This is a famous temple in this region and many devotees visit this place a day.

Meguti Jain Temple
Meguti Jain Temple91.72 KMs away from Fort Bijapur

This Chalukyan structured temple is situated inside the fortified walls of Aihole fort on a hillock. It was constructed by the great Poet, Scholar and General Ravikeerth in 634 AD with sandstones having fine grains. There are poetry inscriptions on the walls of the temple. But the bad thing was this beautiful temple appears to be incomplete till now.

Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, UNESCO World Heritage Site

World Heritage site which is being a specimen of the great Chalukya architecture and also it was an exhibition of Dravidian as well as Indo Aryan style of architecture