Kuthiramalika Palace

Kuthiramalika Palace
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Kuthiramalika Palace, the “mansion of horses” or Puthenmalika Palace, was built in the 1840s by Swathi Thirunal Rama Varma. Located adjacent to the famous Padmanabhaswamy Temple, this Palace got its name as Kuthiramalika, with the 122 horses carved along the southern roof.
This unique Palace is the best example of Kerala’s traditional architecture. It was completed over 4 years effort from the side of 5000 vishwabrahmins. There are around more than 80 rooms within the Palace perfectly arranged and made from rosewood, teakwood, marble, and granite, and this mansion is a perfect spot for history lovers.
The Palace collection includes Belgian and Italian mirrors, 14 life-size Kathakali mannequins, musical instruments, crystal chandeliers, paintings, a giant Belgian harpoon, armaments, greek statues, traditional furniture, a musical tree which produces 8 sounds on tapping, and many more.

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