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Archaeological Sites in India: Wasif Manzil

20-FEB-2013 16:20

    Name: Wasif Manzil
    Location: West Bengal
    Town or city: Murshidabad
    Country: India
    Completed: Present building was completed in 1904 after the earthquake.
    Renovated: Renovations were done after the 1897 earthquake. Currently maintenance is done by the Archaeological Survey of India.
    Destroyed: 1897 earthquake
    Floor count: Present Building is a ground floor building with a terrace. The former building was a two storied palace.
    Architect: Mr. Vivian, officer of the Public Works Department of the Nadia Rivers Division and Surendra Barat, a Bengali engineer.

    Name: Wasif Manzil

    Location: West Bengal

    Town or city: Murshidabad

    Country: India

    Completed: Present building was completed in 1904 after the earthquake.

    Renovated: Renovations were done after the 1897 earthquake. Currently maintenance is done by the Archaeological Survey of India.

    Destroyed: 1897 earthquake

    Floor count: Present Building is a ground floor building with a terrace. The former building was a two storied palace.

    Architect: Mr. Vivian, officer of the Public Works Department of the Nadia Rivers Division and Surendra Barat, a Bengali engineer.

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