Though Bangalore is known as Garden City, IT Capital and Pub City of India, it also has its own Historical significance. There are many amazing monuments which represents ancient and modern culture of the city.
Kempe Gowda II son of Kempe Gowda ( modern Bangalore founder), marked four Watching Towers as Bangalore’s boundaries which can be seen even today near Ulsoor Lake, near Mekhri Circle, in Lal Bagh and near Kempambudhi Tank.
Famous Bangalore Historical and Modern Buildings
- Tipu Sultan Palace – Tipu Sultan’s summer residence built by French Rose Wood
- Bangalore Fort – Oldest fort in Bangalore built by Kempe Gowda, founder of Bangalore
- Vidhana Soudha – One of the most important Bangalore’s tourist attraction which is also the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka
- Vikasa Soudha – Built at south of Vidhana Soudha another amazing construction by Government of Karnataka
- Attara Kacheri – Famous red brick construction in front of Vidhana Soudha which is also the High Court of Karnataka
- Bangalore Palace – Magnificent palace located in Palace Grounds
- Mayo Hall – Built in memory of Lord Mayo, an amazing British constructed building
- Town Hall – Auditorium constructed in British Classical style in 1935