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The murals are fabulous. They are in 3-4 rooms. The murals themselves are colorful and are like a graphic novel. In fact too much story is packed in small spaces. There is no empty space. Some are better restored than others.
The remaining rooms have...More
We had a quick scoot around Mattancherry Palace museum with our very knowledgeable Kochi city guide, Ajitha. She explained to us the significance and symbolism of a few highlights, really bringing to life the wonderful cultural and socio political characteristics that make Kerala unique, and...More
This is an old Palace in Mattancherry. Good exhibits are kept inside such as coins. You need to pay 5 Rs to get inside. Photography is free but in a selected area. Ask someone about the permitted area for photography.
I will not call it a great palace but taking into consideration that it was built by Portuguese and presented to Vira kerala verma and later renovated by Dutch in 1665 AD and is presently called as Dutch palace, it is worth seeing.
Mattancherry Palace is a Portuguese Palace at Kochi or Kochin city of Kerala. It is also known as Dutch Palace. In the week days it opens at 9:00 am. It is closed on Fridays and Saturdays. The palace was built in 1555. It may be...More
This is a small palace in Mattancherry area famously known as Dutch Palace.
There is a entry ticket and the cost is 5/-.
Photography restricted in few places and in other places allowed without flash.
The museum displays some paintings depicting Ramayana.
The other parts...More