Whether you want to relive a previous visit to the Laxmi Vilas Palace, or you’ve never been to the Laxmi Vilas and want to get an idea of what it’s like, a virtual Laxmi Vilas Palace Video tour is the way to go.
Laxmi Vilas Palace served as the tradition of royal residence. Laxmi Vilas Palace has most magnificent ancient architecture culture and interiors. The palace exude opulence and are graced with marble mosaic, fine stone and valuable furnishings. The Laxmi Vilas palace features a grand Durbar Hall with Italian mosaic floor. The walls of the Durbar Hall are beautified with brilliant mosaic decorations. Those who are interested in relics and antiquities would love to take a close look at the commendable collection of old armory, sculptures in bronze, terracotta and marble that the Vadodara’s Laxmi Vilas Palace proudly showcases.
The palace sprawls for about 700 acres and incorporates a number of buildings. The Motibaug Palace and the Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum few of them. Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum is a museum housed within the Lakshmi Vilas Palace. The museum was constructed for the educational purposes of the Maharaja’s children. Today this museum houses a large number or art works belonging to the Royal family. Among all the works of art, the paintings of Raja Ravi Verma stand out on the virtue of the skill of the artist that is clearly reflected in them. Another popular highlight of Laxmi Vilas Palace is the zoo. Today nothing remains of the zoo except a pond that is inhabited by a number of crocodiles.
Baroda’s Laxmi Vilas Palace was constructed during the period from 1878-1890 but even today the Palace has its rich historical royal charm in the heart of Baroda city.Laxmi Vilas Palace Video - world’s most magnificent ancient architecture culture,