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Notes on the Geography of Peninsular India: Vicinity of Hampi: Photo 43

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The stone base remains strong, although the city never had to face an attack. When it finally fell, in 1565, it was undefended, its army having been defeated in a battle 60 miles to the north. There was the inevitable looting, but even a fierce invading army probably draws a line at dismantling zillions of granite blocks.

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