Huzoor Palace



The Huzoor Palace of Porbandar located along the Arabian Sea is a major tourist destination. This sprawling structure, resembling a European mansion experiences a great influx of visitors all over the year.

The Huzoor Palace at Porbandar was built by Natwar Shah. This sprawling structure resembling a European mansion is located at the end of the beach. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and water fountains, the palace faces the Arabian Sea. The neo- classical pillars and the porticoes with a semi circular design, the terraces with beautiful rails and the slopping timber roof add to the grandeur of the building.

The porticoes and pillars, of this magnificent palace built in the European style, mark the entrance of the palace from different sides. The large windows and wings of the palace, interconnected with the front and back yard, give a panoramic view of the sea.

The architecture, beauty, and the picturesque view of the sea attract a large number of tourists to the Huzoor Palace. Being located on the sea side it is visited by both residents and visitors of Porbandar.



Last Updated on 19th January 2013








     


     

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