Historical Monuments in Kerala

Historical monuments

  • The Palaces at Sree Padmanabhapuram located 30 km from Trivandrum are the largest Palaces ever constructed from wood and granite in India. This was the Royal Headquarters of Travancore until early 20th century.
  • The Hill Palace in Kochi, houses more than 200 artifacts including the hugely valuable Cochin Crown as well as other rare Crown Jewels.
  • The forts at BekalPalakkad and Thalassery date from the pre-British Raj era.
  • The Cherman Perumal Mosque at Kodungallor is the world's second oldest intact mosque and houses many rare artifacts.
  • There are numerous museums, Palaces and historical places in all districts.

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