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Monuments in Kerala|Historical Kerala Monuments

Kerala Monuments: Monuments in Kerala, Historical Kerala Monuments, Hill Palace Museum in Kerala The monuments of Kerala allow visitors to travel back in time to the exquisite palaces of the Kings and Queens of the bygone era. In the ancient times, Kerala had been a center of extreme political activity and because of its strategic location beside the Arabaian Sea, the land had witnessed the invasion of several foreign powers.

The Hill Palace Museum
The largest archaeological museum in Kerala, the Hill Palace Museum was the erstwhile official residence of the Kochi royal family. Built in 1865, the palace complex consists of 49 buildings in the traditional architectural style of Kerala, sprawled over 52 acres of beautifully landscaped terraced land which houses a deer park and facilities for horse riding.

Bekal Fort
The Bekal Fort of Kochi, situated alongside the coast is an example of a finely preserved coastal fort that has wooed the tourists and historians alike. Monuments in Kerala, Historical Kerala Monuments, Hill Palace Museum in Kerala The Bekal Fort overlooks the pristine Bekal Beach.

Bolghatty Palace
Built by the Dutch in 1744, this palace is on an island, off Cochin in the Arabian Sea. Earlier Dutch and later British used the palace as Governor's residence.

Alwaye Palace
Situated on the banks of River Periyar, the Alwaye Palace is one of the finest palaces in Kerala with its beautiful circular structure.

Kanakakkunnu Palace
The mansion of Travancore Rajas, the Kanakakkunnu Palace is a stunning piece of architectural excellence of yore, situated atop the hillock in the museum compound in Thiruvananthapuram.

Karumadikuttan
Karumadikuttan refers to a 10th century, black granite statute of Buddha, founder of Buddhism located in Alappuzha.

Kaviyoor Stone temple
The Kaviyoor Stone temple, located in the banks of River Manimala is of great historical and archeological significance as the stone figures here are considered to be the earliest specimen of stone culture.