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Places to see in Bangalore, to know more about the city

Bangalore is a wonderful city. People of Bangalore are lucky to live in a place that is filled with green gardens, luxury shopping malls, happening discotheques and large sports fields. The city offers something for everyone. No matter what your interests are, you will find a place to go or a thing to do. So, basically in Bangalore, you cannot sit at home and get bored. If you want to explore more about such a nice city, there are some places that you ought to visit.

Here is a must visit places in Bangalore list that will come in handy for you -

VidhanSoudha -

This is the place where the state legislature works and helps create a better place for your living. This is the most attractive building in Bangalore. The building was constructed in 1956, and KengalHanumanthaiahwas the main head behind the concept of this building. The granite structure stands tall and high. The place has witnessed many fights for freedom, many great heroes and many historic laws that have changed our lives. It is located on the Dr. Ambedkarroad in Sheshadripuram.


TipuSultan's Summer Palace -

The great ruler Tipu, who had his palace in the historic city of Mysore,also had an abode in Bangalore to relax in the heat of summer. The marvellous summer palace is lost in the busy city, but still has a handful of visitors every day. Built in an Indo-Islamic architectural concept, the summer residence was constructed in 1791. After the death of Tipu Sultan, the British used it for its Secretariat. Today, the palace in the ownership of the Karnatakagovernment which looks after its maintenance. The palace is located in the Old Bangalore region near Kalasipalya. The palace is built entirely using teak. There are pillars, balconies and arches that will catch your eyes. 

Bangalore Palace -

Your trip to Bangalore will go incomplete if you do not pay a short visit to the breathtaking palace located near Shivaji Nagar. It was built by Rev. J. Garrett, who was also the first Principal of the Central High School which is now known as the Central College. The construction of the palace was completed in 1944. The Mysore ChamarajendraWodeyarKing bought this palace and it is now owned by his family. The palace was built with the Tudor style and has fortified towers, wooden carvings and motifs on the floor. There is a sprawling ground next to the palace which is used for occasions like weddings and other ceremonies. 


Freedom Park -

The eye catching blue wall that bares the words ‘Freedom Park’in English and Kannada cannot be missed even from a distance. The Park is located in the central business district of the city. Interestingly, the place was formerly a central jail. The place has been open for public since 2008 and has witnessed many protests and strikes.

If you are wondering what the events in Bangalore today are, or what to do today, you can just visit one of these places.