The Queen's Palace of Antananarivo, with Madagascar's independence, was abandoned. However, her geographical location and the remaining hardware facilities doomed it to remain a wonderful attraction. Once in the city, poverty and beauty coexist, just like the opposite side of a coin, in the hands of an unknown tomorrow. The Queen's Palace is the capital's most ornamental and humanistic value. Landscape is also one of the few selected United Nations World Heritage Sites. The Queen's Palace is a typical 19th-century European Baroque style, with a height of 40 metres and extraordinary momentum. Inside the newly built church, ordinary visitors are not allowed to enter. We tip enough, so thank the tour guide for opening our eyes.
The Queen's Palace is a royal building with a history of more than 500 years. It was the palace of the ancient kingdom of Illinois. It's not very big. It's actually a castle and a landmark building of Tananarivo. It needs to buy tickets to visit. Due to the tight schedule, I was unable to enter the tour, so I took only external photographs as a souvenir.
The Queen's Palace is red as a whole. The four monastery guard sculptures have been moved to the Phnom Penh National Museum. The existing sculptures are replicas. The monastery is composed of vermilion sandstone and is full of exquisite reliefs. It is known as "Angkor Art Gem". Famous for its brilliant colours and exquisite reliefs, it is the most unique and exquisite architectural complex in Angkor's monuments.
Situated 21 kilometers northeast of Great Angkor, "Bantislaigu Temple" (also known as the Queen's Palace), was built in the tenth century. It was founded in 967 under the Roman Dynasty of Gayawa, one of the three main gods of Brahmanism "Shiva". The stone of this ancient temple is a beautiful pink picture. The sculptor of this temple mural is the most exquisite and delicate among all the Angkor monuments. The most admirable thing is that the creator can carve hard stones like carved wood into delicate and delicate works with distinct layers. No matter the lintel of the door or the stone wall or the window lattice, they are meticulous, ingenious and wonderful. Stone sculptures are the best among all temples in Angkor, and they are also the peak works of Cambodian art. They have the reputation of "Angkor Art Diamond". The sculptures here are very beautiful.
Or we can go and see, rebuilt, on the top of the mountain.
The Queen's Palace is built on a hill with beautiful scenery and magnificence. It has high ornamental value, European style and extraordinary momentum. Fatigue burns out in a big fire, but it still has the style of the past. Now it is impossible to enter because of good practice.