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Vasantha Mahal
 

Nested amidst lush green surroundings, the three (two) -storied structure of Vasantha Mahal was built in 1842 by the then ruler of Wodeyar Dynasty. Sprawls over an area of 36 acres of land, it was built as a pleasure palace to house special school for the education of young Princes. 

The most interesting feature of the palace is its protruding front portions made of wrought-iron grills of three graceful arches which leads to a curving verandah and an over shaped hall. The long verandah stretches along the wings to connect it with the other parts of the building. The first floor is the replica of the ground floor. The columns of the palace are reminiscent of Tuscan style of architecture. Later, Vasantha Mahal has converted to a hotel and now it has been closed.


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