Falaknuma Palace


Built by the Prime Minister of Hyderabad, Nawab Vikar-ul-Ulmara and designed by a famous Italian architect who combined Italian and Tudor architecture to build a marvelous piece of art, Falaknuma Palace is 2000 feet tall and features 22 roomy halls along with 220 luxuriously furnished rooms. Also referred to as the ‘Mirror of the Sky’, it is well known for its architecture and for housing the largest Venetian chandeliers. The Palace has 40 beautiful Venetian chandeliers and a wide and varied collection of rare paintings, furniture, manuscripts, and the best collection of Qurans in India and statues.