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Kuthiramalika

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Kuthiramalika


‘Kuthiramalika’ “palace of horses” is situated in the capital city Thiruvananthapuram. The name derives from the 122 smiling horses carved into the beams that support the roof heads visible from the palace’s main entrance.

Also known as Puthenmalika Palace Museum, it was constructed in the 1840s by Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma, Maharaja of the Kingdom of Travancore in British India. 

Built-in typical Kerala style architecture, Kuthiramalika houses idols and sculptures made from white marble, Kathakali figures, Belgian mirrors and paintings. The Palace is made of teakwood, rosewood, marble, and granite. 

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