"City Palace Museum" City Palace Tip by Willettsworld

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Established in the year 1890, the City Palace Museum is one of the earliest museums in Rajasthan. The museum exhibits a fascinating collection of coins, portraits of former rulers of Mewar, wall paintings, armory and the turban of Khurram (Emperor Shah Jahan) as well as the chance to wander around the rooms and palaces of the City Palace. These rooms are like a maze and are linked to each other by narrow passages and steep staircases - a features typical of Rajput palaces of that period, designed to confuse invadors.

Open: 9.30am-4.30pm. Admission: Rs250 for foreigners.

Address: Udaipur, Rajasthan 313001, India
Phone: +91 294 241 9021
Website: http://www.eternalmewar.in

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  • Written Dec 4, 2007
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