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Tipu Sultan´s Summer Palace

Constructed by the end of the 18th century entirely from teak, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace is an elaborately decorated relic of Bangalore’s royal past, complete with arches and minarets. Originally a summer retreat, the palace now serves as a detailed museum of Tipu Sultan´s life and glorious conquests. Next door is the Venkataramanaswamy Temple, a 300 year old temple built by the Wodeyars. The ruins of Bangalore Fort are also located a few steps away, bearing the testimony of Tipu´s struggle against the British Raj in India.
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