Bijapur Attractions



Bijapur attractions comprises of Gol Gumbaz, Ibrahim Roza, Jal Manzil, Asar Mahal, Anand Mahal, Bijapur Citadel, Bijapur Jama Masjid and many more. From Bijapur one can plan tours to can go to the nearby tourist destinations like Aihole, Pattadakal, Badami, Basavana Bagewadi, Kudalasangama etc. The Gol Gumbaz located in the city is famous all over the world because of its dome that is the second largest dome ever built.

Bijapur is a popular historical Indian city located in the state of Karnataka. The ancient town of Bijapur was the capital of the kingdom of Adil Shahi dynasty. Bijapur is adorned with innumerable places of historical, cultural and architectural importance.

It is situated 530 km to the north-west of the garden city of Bangalore. Bijapur is located very near to o Belgaum, which is known as the gateway to the state of Karnataka from Goa and Bombay. The city is well-linked by road and rail to the major cities and states like Bangalore, Belgaum and Goa. The nearest airport is Belgaum, 205 kms away. The rich architectural heritage exhibits the grandeur of the ancient period. The city has numerous exciting tourist attractions to visit and enjoy.

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Last Updated on 07 August 2012



     


     

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