Kollengode Palace

Kollengode Palace

Kollengode Palace, City of Palghat
General information
Architectural style Kerala architecture
Town or city City of Palghat
Country India
Completed 1904
Client Vasudeva Raja, Raja of Kollengode

Kollengode Palace is a palace situated in Thrissur city, Kerala state, India.


The Raja of Kollengode, Vasudeva Raja, constructed this palace in 1904 and gave it to his daughter. In 1975, the Department of Archeology acquired the property and converted it into a museum. Some personal belongings of Vasudeva Raja are on display. The architecture of the palace is a unique blend of traditional Kerala architecture with western design. The palace now houses the Mural Art Museum.[1][2][3][4]


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