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Чем заняться в г. Chamrajpura

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Palace
“beatiful. be there when they turn the lights on Sunday nights and sometimes daily”
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Premise
“Mysore Palace is a historical palace and a royal residence at Mysore in the Indian State of Karnataka. It is the official residence of the Wadiyar dynasty and the seat of the Kingdom of Mysore. The palace is in the centre of Mysore, and faces the Chamundi Hills eastward. Mysore is commonly described as the 'City of Palaces'.”
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Point of Interest
“Jaganmohan Palace Art Gallery is a must-visit attraction for art lovers. Originally built as a residential palace in 1861, it was formed into a museum and art gallery in 1915. Precious artefacts and artworks from all over South India are kept here on display. The entrance door of this art gallery features intricate carvings that are exemplary of fine craftsmanship. The gallery houses Raja Ravi Varma's original oil paintings which are based on various mythological themes. Indian Artist S.G. Heldnker's marvellous artwork named Lady With The Lamp is also kept here. Other exhibits featured in the art gallery are exquisite metal, ceramic and glass artefacts. In addition, a unique assortment of ”
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Flea Market
“Dating from Tipu Sultan’s reign, this lively bazaar has local traders selling traditional items such as flower garlands, spices and conical piles of kumkum (coloured powder used for bindi dots), all of which makes for some great photo ops. Refresh your bargaining skills before shopping.”
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Ресторан
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Bus Station
“Among the grandest of India’s royal buildings, this was the seat of the Wodeyar maharajas. The original palace was gutted by fire in 1897; the one you see today was completed in 1912 by English architect Henry Irwin for ₹4.5 million. The lavish Indo-Saracenic interior – a kaleidoscope of stained glass, mirrors and gaudy colours – is undoubtedly over the top. It's further embellished by carved wooden doors, mosaic floors and a series of paintings depicting life here during the Edwardian Raj era.”
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Point of Interest
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Ресторан
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