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Archaeological Sites in India: Hazarduari Palace

20-FEB-2013 16:24

    Name: Hazarduari Palace
    Former names: Bara Kothi
    Alternative names: Nizamat Kila
    Architectural style: Italian-style palace built in the 19th century and Greek (Doric) style
    Location: Murshidabad district
    Town or city: In Murshidabad, near Lalbagh. Lalbagh is a neighbourhood in Murshidabad.
    Country: India
    Groundbreaking: August 9, 1829
    Completed
    : December, 1837
    Cost: 16.50 Lacs
    Height: 80 feet
    Length
    : 130 meters and Breadth:61 meters
    Floor count: 3
    Owner: Archaeological Survey of India and the Government of West Bengal
    Architect: Colonel Duncan MacLeod

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