City Palace Udaipur is one of the most famous sights of the city, which has been founded during the reign of Uda Singh II as a residence. It was built around the reservoir and closed walls of the buildings of the palace complex. That is why you might think that is a fortress, palace and not at first glance. The entire complex consists of 11 palaces, the main gate 7, the historical museum and other buildings, which consist entirely of granite and marble. Between themselves, all the buildings are connected with zigzag sites. Tourists sometimes call the City Palace Udaipur “city within a city”, and all because of the huge number of architectural structures, making it the largest in the province. In addition to its size, the complex has unique architecture, which has absorbed influences of Mughal, India, China and Europe. After rising to the uppermost terrace, you can admire the City Palace Udaipur in its entire splendor.
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