Trivandrum is the capital of Travancore, the home of His Highness the Maharaja, the seat of Government, and the headquarters for the various Governmental departments. It is a city of 105,000, made beautiful by the wealth of tropical greenery so characteristic of the West Coast.
Except in the fort and the immediate surroundings, there is very little congestion, so that Trivandrum may rightly be called a spacious city. It has a large number of well constructed big buildings.... [Hatch 148]
Closer view of the central tower of the Victoria Jubilee Town Hall
- Napier Museum
- Victoria Jubilee Town Hall (VJT Hall)
- The Masjid-i Jahān-Numā (the "World-reflecting Mosque")
- The Secretariat and its Significance
- St Joseph's Metropolitan Cathedral (RC)
- State Central Library, Trivandrum
- St George's Syrian Cathedral and the Syrian Christians of Trivandrum
- College of Fine Arts, Kerala
- University College, Trivandrum
- Christ Church, Trivandrum
- St. Jacob's Forane Church, Pulluvila
- Connemara Market, Trivandrum
- Kanakakunnu Palace, Trivandrum
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Hatch, Emily Gilchriest. Travancore: A guide book for the visitor with thirty-two illustrations and two maps. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1933. Internet Archive. Contributed by the Digital Library of India. Web. 26 April 2019.
MacKenzie, Gordon T. Christianity in Travancore. Trivandrum: Trivandrum Government Press, 1901. Internet Archive. Contributed by Harvard College. Web.24 April 2019.
Travancore Almanac, 1900. Government of Travancore, 1899. Internet Archive. Contributed by Kerala State Library. Web. 24 April 2019.
Created 26 April 2019