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I've visited this place and found it very appealing and welcoming it was so nice to see the old kings of Hyderabad and the history of the kings of this place when I get the opportunity again I will definitely recommend my friends and family...More
Chowmahalla Palace is a beautiful palace which lies near Charminar. The palace has nice architectural buildings called Mahals namely Afzal Mahal, Tahniyat Mahal, Mahtab Mahal and Aftab Mahal.
Afzal Mahal is the biggest mahal of the palace which exhibits the life style of Nizams from...More
if you are a geek or enthusiast in car collections then you need to visit here, you can have all types of vintage cars including Rolls Royce and also it is a must visit place for historians and history geeks, you can see the beauty...More
If you are in Hyderabad, it is must visit place. This palace is really very beautiful and they kept all monuments in museum so people can actually see who and what kind of kings stayed in that palace. The sword collection and vintage car collection...More
This palace is very unique itself due to its vast history. Nisam’s belonging like clothes, crockery items, armour division and the best a big hall of so many chendliers. All the upper parts of roof are very decorative.
It can be one of the most beautiful places, but it looks neglected, falling apart. The walls are black of mildew, and the smell is not always good. It is a palace!!! I rated it as average because of what it can be and not...More
Hyderabad’s most iconic architectural delight, Charminar is beyond just a popular monument. It’s the nucleus of the busiest and most vibrant lanes of the Old City studded with shops selling bangles and pearls. It can be too crowded and overwhelming, but to every tourist’s delight, the gems and hidden treasures
in this neighbourhood are full of culturally rich stories. The best view of one of the city’s oldest mosques, Mecca Masjid is from the top of Charminar. It’s quite a usual sight of walking into a grey sea of pigeons with an aroma of meaty street food and melting dosas, as you are exploring the little pockets around this magnificent historic building. Walk along the streets that lead you to museums and palaces of the Nizams who ruled the city and soak up the old world charm in its truest character.