Jaipur – City Palace

Jaipur has a regular plan, with ortogonal streets and similar style for the palaces in the city center, coming from the relatively short history of the city.
And of course it has some fascinating buildings, or quarters, all built in the XVIII century.
Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar are the two most remarkable example, as well as the buildings facing the street within the walls.

Close to the north city walls, lays the City Palace, a complex with some buildings and gardens inside, built in three years, starting 1729.

Probably not the best thing we saw in India, but worth of attention, anyway, for its interesting details.

And somebody was part of the representation.