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Hassan is one of the most visited tourist district of Karnataka as it has an eventful and rich history. In the past, it reached the height of its glory during the rule of the Hoysalas who had their capital at Dwarasamudra, the modern Halebeed in Belur Taluk.

Hassan is noted for its enchanting natural scenic beauty is also a veritable treasure-house of Hoysala architecture and sculpture, the best specimens of which are at Belur and Halebeed. Shravanabelagola, in Channarayapatna taluk, which is studded with Jain moduments, is a renowned centre of pilgrimage for the jains.

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Gorur Dam

The Gorur Dam, which is otherwise called the Hemavathi Dam, is an excellent and striking cookout spot that draws in sightseers from all over the country. The dam is worked across the stream Hemavathi, which is a feeder of the waterway Kaveri and is encircled by rich vegetation on its side, which adds to the excellence of the dam and further requests to its guests.

Shetti Halli church

The Church is a masterpiece in numerous ways. Based on the banks of Hemavathi waterway in Shettihalli town of Hassan locale (about an hour fly from Bengaluru International Airport), it is the failed to remember confirmation of the town's past and an exemplary model of Gothic architecture. It is purported to have been constructed in 1860 by a French missionary named Abbe J A Dubois.

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Hasanamba Temple

Hasanamba temple is devoted to the goddess Shakti or Amba, arranged in Hassan, Karnataka. The temple was built in 12th century and during the Deepavali Hindu Festival in October, the devotees are permitted to visit the temple one time each year. Devotees visit the temple to seek blessings the Goddess during this week every year.

Belur Halebeedu tample

Belur and Halebidu are the most popular temples of the Hoysala dynasty. The Belur and Halebid temples give a brief look at Hindu temple workmanship at its brilliant best of the 16th century. They are well known for their carvings and awesome design.

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