(Last Updated on : 24-11-2014)
Kerala, with an exuberant green striped all over, is a place of historical interest. Having a history of its own, Kerala is also the house of several museums.
Relating to this, the Pazhassi Raja Aarchaeological Museum at Calicut in the state of Kerala is a grand museum for its variety of collections. It is a storehouse of pottery (burial) of the Neolithic Age, temple models and coins. It also displays the archaeological icons.
People who are interested to visit the museum may come between 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm. It remains close on Mondays and Government Holidays.
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