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"Do you know this building?" Game Thread


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I think for my purposes that will be close enough Stuart. It's the Mrigadayavan Palace, dating form the 1920s. the building I show is the King's Bathing Pavilion. There's a matching one further along for The Queen.

 

I had to blag my way in to join the limited number of people allowed "upstairs" at a time as the building is considered fragile. Access arrangements had changed from the visit a few years previously. Shoes off was the rule!

 

Here are some further shots of this nicely restored structure.

 

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Thank you, Brian.

 

Okay, you can no doubt guess it's in the US. Hints and interior photos to follow anon.

 

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