Architectural features of buildings in Thiruvananthapuram city !

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Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala, one of the oldest large human settlement in India has an unusual story about the architectural features of buildings. Many ludicrously odd structures are there, transmitting the priceless information to the people those who are interested in art, architecture, history and culture of Kerala. Most of them are preserved as public property under the observation of the state government. To go through the architecture Background of such building is recommended for the students those who are undertaking NATA Coaching seriously.

As Thiruvananthapuram city is a seaside area in which most of the buildings are designed and constructed to meet the land property.  The humidity in the city is very high. It increases by 90% in monsoon season. The temperature is affordable but it varies in each season, usually seems in-between 20°C and 35°C. So the materials used for construction, spatial organization, shape, size, elevation, etc. of buildings shows handpicked choice.  Particularly the buildings inside the Thiruvananthapuram city have a beach-friendly architectural characteristic. In this article, I would like to discuss certain buildings listed here, which is selected based on the speciality of its architectural design.

Napier museum
Laurie baker’s Indian Coffee House
Victoria Jubilee Town Hall
Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple Tower
Kowdiar Palace
Roman Catholic Archdiocese
Government Secretariat
Beemapally Mosque
Padmanabhapuram Palace
Kanakakunnu Palace
St.joseph Metropolitan Cathedral
The Thiruvananthapuram Forts
Kuthiramalika Palace Museum
The Historical Stone structure at Shangumugham Beach

Thiruvananthapuram district is also known by another name, called Trivandrum and the majority of people still like to call this city as Trivandrum. In exactly the same way the old buildings and roads are maintained and functioning for many public and government business practice or transactions. Certain educational institutes in Thiruvananthapuram are also preserved in the same approach. College of Fine Arts, Government Art College, Trivandrum Public Library, University College, etc are the ideal example of the same.

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