Bijapur is one of the historic place in North Karnataka
GolGumbaz is the tomb of Mohammed Adil Shah, who was the Sultan of Bijapur. He was the seventh leader of Adil Shah Dynasty. This heavenly landmark was developed by the modeler Yaqut of Dabul, in the year 1656. The landmark gets its name from “Gola Gummata” or “GolGombadh”, which mean a “round arch”. Built according to the Deccan design, GolGumbaz is a standout amongst the most huge landmarks of India situated in the territory of Karnataka.
Ibrahim Rauza also known as The Taj Mahal of the Deccan, it is home to the remains of the Adil Shah ruler Ibrahim Adil Shah II and his wife Taj Sultana.
Built by Ali Adil Shah to celebrate his victory in the Battle of Talikota, it is one of the first mosques in India.This Masjid is spread over 10810 sq m and displays fine architecture with the twin minarets and beautiful arches and the dome.