Judging from the traces of the foundation, the original house was divided into 5 rooms, with two wooden beds now furnished. One is a wooden bed with high feet, which must be climbed up by a ladder, and is used by the king; the other wooden bed is used by the concubine.
There are 3 multi-layer racks displayed along the wall. There are kitchen knives, oil lamps, and clay dishes on the racks. There are also 5 stones and a 7-skewer barbecue grill used as a stove. On the slab wall hang weapons such as a double-edged javelin, three single-edged javelins, a saber and three horns used by the king.
The Indian Ocean and African cultural elements are concentrated here.
The surrounding trees are lush. The Royal Blue Mountain Palace in Ambohimanga is located 20 kilometers north of the capital Thanana. It consists of the imperial city, the royal cemetery and a group of sacrificial buildings. For the past 500 years, the Blue Mountain Palace has always been a place for religious ceremonies and sacrifices, which is associated with strong national sentiments. The Blue Mountains have always been a place of worship for pilgrims from Madagascar and all over the world.
Built on the top of the mountain, I don’t know what to do when I go to the scenic spot. It’s a pity that I will go there again if I go next time.