The Chandramauleshwar Temple, a 15th century Hindu place of worship, is one of the main tourist attractions of Hampi. It is situated at the centre of Hampi and is located in line with the primary axis of Vitthala Temple. Tourists visiting the Chandramauleshwar Temple will get the chance to see the two popular rivers that flow through Hampi. They can take a trip to the sacred mountain located in the city. A pilot project has been started at this temple in a bid to restore this state protected monument under the UNESCO World Heritage Site initiative. Chandramauleshwar Temple holds the distinction of being amongst the most architecturally exquisite temples on the list of the sites considered endangered by UNESCO.