Tipu Sultan's summer palace is a must see place. Situated in Srirangapatna (very near Mysore), it was the summer residence of Tipu Sultan till his death in the year 1799 during the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War. Though the surrounding area of the palace is big, the palace building itself is little small when compared to other palaces.
But, the paintings on each side of the wall inside the palace has its own history and is so fantastic and makes us imagine the history itself while reading the explanations of each painting displayed near the wall.
The rare and treasured weapons, furnitures and pictures of the Tipu Sultan and his family and his ministers are so astonishing and eye-catching.
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