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Vittala Temple Full review
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Spellbinding Architectural Site: It is an architectural marvel. Words cannot describe the breathtaking brilliance of this structure. The engrossing and unique stone chariot and the enthralling artistic pillars make this place a feast for visitor's eyes. This imposing monument in Hampi is a major attraction of the impoverished town and is a must-visit for the admirers of brilliance and captivating craftsmanship.

Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Monolithic sculpture of Narasimha (inside the temple) Full review
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Imposing Statue: The statue is one of the most impressive stone sculptures in India. It is considered to be the largest monolith sculpture in Hampi. The statue is mostly in ruins, however, its brilliance has overshadowed its crumbling structure. It is a prominent tourist attraction and is thronged by thousands of people throughout the year.

Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Royal Center area Full review
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A Wonderful Town: If you are in India then simply you can't miss this place. Royal Center had its start in the year 1846 by the building of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago, and St. Louis Railroad through that territory. Great place, highly recommended!

Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Krishna Temple Full review
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Can't Miss This Place : One of the latest temples dedicated to Lord Krishna. The temple was founded by spiritual Guru Kripalu Maharaj. The main structure of the temple is built with white marbles looks amazingly stunning. The only mandar in the vicinity. A must visit!

Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Queen's Bath Full review
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Collosal Bath of the royal ladies of the Vijayanagara Empire: This is a large bath that illustrates the architectural ingenuity of the artists of the yore. This 500-years-old bath, built in the Vijayanagara Empire, is an elegant structure with a beautiful interior. The bath was built in the Indo-Islamic style of architecture. Although much of the bath is mostly in ruins, it still is a fascinating display of the glory of ancient times.

Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Virupaksha Temple or Shri Virupaksha Temple Full review
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Beautiful Surroundings : Beautiful area. Complex is a testament to the outstanding construction capabilities of ancient India. Must for history and architecture geeks. For the layman an active temple with a high religious importance. Not completely wheelchair accessible. Amazing place to visit everyone who were Indian
Virupaksha Temple is located in Hampi 350 km from Bangalore, in the state of Karnataka in southe... [..]

Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Watching sunset and sunrise Full review
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Stunning and Fascinating: Kanyakumari is the only site in India where one can enjoy the stunning spectacle of both sunset and sunrise. There are many tourist attractions at this place. The Vivekananda Rock Memorial that houses the statue of the renowned preacher Swami Vivekananda is an architectural marvel. The Padamanabhapuram Palace is another temptation and offers a remarkable scene against the backdrop of towe...

Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Achyutaraya Temple
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Underground Siva Temple
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Monolithic Ganesha
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Badavilinga Temple
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Roadtrip Hosapete - Hampi
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