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Near to national highway , from krishnapuram temple around 0.5 km , you can find collection of old coins and many items which is used in the same palace or near by. Famous “ kayamakulam sword” is available there
Around 200 years old.
Small entrance fee.
Amazing architecture inside which is simple but made with intelligence and skills.
The 4 pen yards inside, kitchen, pond and approach to the same, Kings’ bed room, dining room, conference places, guests rooms were all done in a...More
The palace is in krishna puram is believed to be the residence of the past king of kayamkulam. Once back in an era where the kayamkulam was a small port and and important trading centre.
There is a story of Marthanda varma maharaja the former...More
This is a summer palace with most the architecture is well preserved. This palace has a kitchen and it speaks how the cooking was done in olden days along with a well next to the kitchen. This palace also have a multiple ponds and also...More
Beautiful summer palace with swimming pool and biggest wall paintings in kerala the king used to pray after bathing on that painting.. you can see marthandaverma's sword.. we should salute for those who made this palace 300 years ago
The Krishnapuram Palace is a palace and museum...More
It host the largest mural painting in Kerala, Gajendra Moksham near Thevarapura in ground floor. The palace is built in Pathinerakettu architectural style. The palace has two floors and an inside pond. There was always a cool atmosphere inside the palace which we really felt...More
Since I was at Kayamkulam with some personal work, I visited Krishnapuram palace.
Positives of this place: Entry is cheap, Rs 20 per person and another Rs. 10 for taking pictures. The staff are very well-behaved. Gives great insight to architecture of olden days, weapons...More
Been there on 18th April, about 32 Kms away from KOllam. You just need about 30 minutes to see this place. IT is old structure (not very beautiful), they have kept some coins, statutues, manuscript, utensils and some manual weapons. And also some paintinngs. Entry...More