Pattadakal in Karnataka (India)

Pattadakal (Patadkal) is a village in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, whose temple buildings of the Chalukya dynasty from the 7th and 8 Century the most important of the early Indian stone temples belong. North and South Indian architectural style found within the ten stamp of this group in a sort of testing ground next to each other. The Chalukya temples of Pattadakal are related to the total of 50 preserved temple which is also located close to each other in Bagalkot district places Badami, Aihole and Mahakuta. The temple is one since 1987, a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
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