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Telangana - Monuments - Falaknuma Palace

Falaknuma Palace Introduction :

This magnificent palace is located on top of a hill, which is the reason for its name Falaknuma Palace, meaning Mirror of the Sky. The palace was built for the Fifth Paigah Emir by an architect from Italy. Nizam, the Sixth, bought it later. Nizam’s interest in arts can be gauged by the collections of statues, paintings, manuscripts and furniture from all parts of the world. The Sound and Light Show held here narrate the history of Golconda Fort and its glory.

This magnificent palace is situated at the distance of 5km from Charminar, atop a picturesque 2000 ft high hillock. The construction of this palace started in the year 1884 and took about 8 years to complete. This palace stands as one of the popular tourist spots in Hyderabad. This palace served as a royal guest house for the Nizams.

Falaknuma Palace sprawls across an area of 32 acres and stands about 2000 feet above the city of Hyderabad. The complete construction of this palace is made of Italian marble. Falaknuma palace is one of the architectural wonders of 19th century and is often referred as "mirror of the sky".

What can you experience?

There are lots of amazing things to experience at Falaknuma Palace. This colossal palace has 220 rooms and 22 halls, each designed in an intricate way. The most fascinating feature of this palace that make every tourists to jaw drop is the Venetian chandeliers that adore every hall of this grand palace.

This palace is filled with beautiful rare things. The palace boast to have finest collections of souvenirs from all over the world, rosewood dinning that can serve about 100 guests at a time, marble staircase, carved balustrades, huge library and unique collection of the Holy Quran.

Way to reach

 By Air - Hyderabad owns an international Airport which is one of the busiest airports in India. Flight service are there to other nations and also within India. There are lots of frequency for flights to Chennai, Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai.

 By Rail - Hyderabad railway station is well connected to cities all across India. The city has three main railway stations Hyderabad Railway Station, Secunderabad Railway Station and Kachiguda Railway Station are the three important points to board trains for different locations. All stations has lots of train frequency to major cities across India.

 By Bus - Busses to cities like Chennai, Bangalore, Tirupathi, and Mumbai are available all day. Hyderabad is well connected to other parts of India through national highways. From main bus station of Hyderabad there are lot of public transports to this palace.