Champaner exhibits some of the finest examples of fusion architecture, sculpted by mellifluous architects from different culture and civilizations. Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Champaner is scattered over an area of 6 sq km around the foothills of Pavagadh. The main monument is the Jumma (Jama) Masjid which was built in 1513, A satellite mapping of the area has revealed large tracts which are yet to be excavated.

Location: Champaner, Halol – Pavagadh Road.

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