Krishnapuram Palace

#7 of 12 things to do in Alleppey

This architectural master piece is located in Kayamkulam, at a distance of 47 km from Alappuzha. Built during the reign of a Travancore King, Anizham Thirunal Marthanda Varma and is famous for its mural paintings and traditional architecture. Under the maintenance of the Archaeological Department of Kerala it functions as a museum containing a variety of exhibits that once belonged to the Palace and its former occupant. A major attraction of this place is the 'Gajendra Moksha' mural paintings biggest in all of Kerala covering an area of around 53 square feet and rich historical value attached to it. The double-edged sword Kayamkulam Vaal is also an exhibit here.

Krishnapuram Palace Photos

Krishnapuram Palace  tourism
Krishnapuram Palace  tourism
Krishnapuram Palace  tourism
Krishnapuram Palace  tourism
Krishnapuram Palace  tourism
Krishnapuram Palace  tourism
Krishnapuram Palace  tourism
Krishnapuram Palace  tourism