The Victoria Memorial was the palace built for Queen Victoria during the BritishRule in India when Calcutta was the capital city of the British Empire. It is located in the central district of Calcutta surrounded by playground, encircled by green vegetation.
The Victoria Memorial was built by white marble,” dream of marble" and there are many bronze statues and have many valuable paintings. A period museum depicting the times under the British Raj, it is dedicated to the conservation and preservation of the main building, the sprawling garden surrounding it and the artifacts in its collection. The Hall has a rich collection of Company paintings and several original paintings of the Daniells.
It is a treasure trove of Raj Relics, offers tree-lined walks in splendid parks, 'lakes' and houses a number of superb statues including that of Queen Victoria. The exhibits include paintings, manuscripts, fire arms, statues, lithographs and furniture.
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