On the banks of River Handri is a seventeenth century structure, the Tomb of Abdul Wahab. A landmark with expand workmanship, two superb vaults, verandahs, curves and that's just the beginning, the tomb was worked after the demise of Abdul Wahab Khan, the main Nawab of Kurnool. The tomb was as of late redesigned and is currently in a greatly improved condition. This tomb is situated close Osmania school and is otherwise called Gol Gummaz as it somewhat looks like Gol Gumbaz of Bijapur. Unique spotlight was laid on the 400-year-old tomb for advancement as visitor spot alongside three different spots, which will frame a tourism circuit. Gol Gummaz has a unique place ever. The tomb of Abdul Wahab, the military officer of Bijapur armed force and first Muslim leader of Kurnool was accepted to have been built in 1618 after the passing of Wahab.