10 Historical Places In Kerala That Worth Visiting!

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Gopika VC

It was built in 1744 by Dutch traders. Later, under the control of Dutch Malabar, it was surrounded by gardens to make a beautiful view.

Bolgatty Palace, Kochi


Locals call the Mattancherry Palace the "Dutch Palace." It is a Portuguese-style museum where the crafts of the rajas of Kochi are on display.

Mattancherry Palace, Kochi


Tripunithura's Hill Palace is Kerala's largest archeological museum. The 1865-built Cochin Maharaja's home and imperial administrative office.

Hill Palace, Kochi


Its rocky clifftop location provides a fantastic view of the city. The East India Company founded it in 1703 to enforce the governing party's dominance.

Thalassery Fort, Thalassery


Because of its traditional architecture, Krishnapuram Palace and Museum is a popular historical site. Travancore kingdom built it in 18th-century.

Krishnapuram Palace, Alleppey


The palace houses and trains 60 elephants in the center courtyard. The eldest elephant, 82 years old, is quite pleasant to guests.

Punnathur kotta, Guruvayur


Kerala's old Kanakakunnu Palace has India's first digital garden. The University of Kerala and the Department of Botany erected it for cultural events.

Kanakakunnu Palace, Trivandrum


It's in Thiruvananthapuram and was founded in the 19th century. One of India's oldest zoological gardens, Trivandrum Zoo, situated on 55 acres.

Napier Museum


The Matri Dei Cathedral is one of India's oldest and biggest churches. It is built in the Roman style and dates back to the year 1513.

Matri Dei Cathedral, Kozhikode


Kochi's unique "Paradesi Synagogue" lies in Mattancherry Jew Town. As a memorial for Paradesi Jews, it was built in 1568.

Paradesi Synagogue