5 Palaces from around the world which are breathtaking

Jun 14 2018 02:31 PM
5 Palaces from around the world which are breathtaking



Every single girl dream of getting married to a Palace like a princess. She is wearing a white or red gown and coming down the stairs where his Mr perfect waiting to hold her hand downstairs, and the whole palace is decorated with white and blue orchids. The guests dressed in formal suits and gowns. A man playing the piano. The aura and the ambience are soothing. I think every girl think of the same.

Today I am going to show you some wonderful palaces around the world that if you dont feel the same right now after seeing the palaces you will start feeling like one of us.


1. Palace of Versailles, France

This grand palace was built in the mid-17th century during the reign of Louis XIV to showcase the absolute power of the French monarchy, which was then at the zenith of its glory. Its size and decor reflect the Louis XIV's taste for extravagant luxury.


2. Jag Mandir Palace, Udaipur

Built on an island in the Lake Pichola in Udaipur, this is also known as the 'Lake Garden Palace.' The palace's construction is credited to the Sisodia Rajput dynasty of Mewar. The erstwhile royal family used the palace as a summer retreat.


3. Pena National Palace, Portugal

Don't you think it actually looks like a fairyland? seems like Rapunzel used to live here. Built-in 1842 by King Ferdinand II, the Pena National Palace in Portugal is the oldest European castle of the Romantic era. The palace was built on the ruins of a monastery severely damaged in the Great Lisbon Earthquake of 1755.


4. City Palace, Jaipur

This rich and lavish red colour gives it more royal look. Rajasthan is always known for its rich heritage and this is one such. palace in Jaipur includes the Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal Palaces amongst other historical structures within its grounds. I can even imagine a pure traditional wedding here in the palace. It's mesmerizing


5. Mysore Palace

This palace, also known as the Amba Vilas Palace,' is the residence of the erstwhile royal family of Mysore, the Wodeyars.

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