Krishnapuram Palace in Alleppey

Krishnapuram Palace, a fine example of typical Keralite architecture

Krishnapuram Palace, a fine example of typical Keralite architecture | Photo credit: Appusviews/Wikimedia

Krishnapuram Palace Overview

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Built in the 18th century by the erstwhile Travancore king Marthanda Varma Maharaja, the Krishnapuram Palace today is an archeological museum exhibiting many antique sculptures and exquisite paintings.

The palace is famous for resplendent mural paintings and architecture. The most famous mural in Krishanpuram Palace is the 14 feet by 11 feet Gagendra Moksham mural, which is the largest of its kind in Kerala.

  • Entrance Fee Rs. 25

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Location

47 kilometres from Alleppey