Hampi is located in Northen Karnataka . The history of Hampi dates back to the 7th century. Much was Hampi was ruined. What remains Include temples, palaces and market streets spread over a vast area. Vijayanagara architecture has intricate cravings, majestic gateway towers and monolithic structures.

Virupaksha Temple is another landmark dedicated to Lord Shiva, which dates back to the 7th century.

Achyataraya Temple is another temple with intricate cravings dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara.

Elephant stables are another feature. These are domed chambers used to keep royal elephants.Many enclosures can be seen that were Royal palaces, ceremonial platforms and administrative buildings. The Matanga Hill is a view point to enjoy the landscape and watch the sunrise and sunset. The Tungabhadra river adds to the scenic beauty and provides opportunity for coracle boat rides. Hemakuta Hill has a cluster of temples and rock cut structures. Hampi’s ancient history and architectural brilliance have earned it recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.