(Last Updated on : 28/08/2014)
Korlahalli Fort is one of the ancient fortresses in India. The fort is located in the Korlahalli village
in the Mundargi taluk in the district of Gadag
state of India. The geographical coordinates of the site is latitude 15 degree 9'53 N and 75 degree 53'0 E. The village of Korlahalli is situated towards the south of Taluka Headquarter Mundargi and Gadag which is the District Headquarter.
Attractions of Korlahalli Fort
The fortress presently lies in a ruined and dilapidated state. There are remnants of several buildings in the premise of the structure. The site has been developed as a popular tourist and trekking destination. It is currently under the ownership of the Government of India
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