|Location||Nedumangad, Kerala, India|
|Type||Art museum, Archaeology museum|
The Koyikkal Palace is a palace situated in Nedumangadu, Thiruvananthapuram District, Kerala in South India. The palace was built in 16th century for Umayamma Rani of the Venad Royal Family. Umayamma Rani was the queen of Venad between 1677 and 1684. The palace is a double storeyed building and built with traditional architectural style of Kerala.
The exhibits in the museum contains rare instruments like 'Chandravalam', a small percussion instrument used in Ramakathappattu and 'Nanthuni', a small musical instrument made of wood and string used in Onappattu etc.
- "Koyikkal Palace at Nedumangadu". Retrieved 3 February 2015.
- "Koyikkal Palace in Kerala tourim website". Retrieved 3 February 2015.
- Raghunandan, Lakshmi (1995). At the Turn of the Tide: The Life and Times of Maharani Setu Lakshmi Bayi The Last Queen of Travancore. Bangalore: Maharani Setu Lakshmi Bayi Memorial Charitable Trust. p. 462.
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