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|Nazar baug palace Vadadora. Vadodara - Baroda City|
$ 10 million in the late 1820s. One of the prized items was the dazzling diamond necklace that contained both the Star of the South (125 carats) and English Dresden, believed to be famous diamonds in those days. These were part of a cloth embroided with precious stones and seed pearls with which the tomb of Muhamud was covered. This palace has a beautiful room called the Shïsh Mahal, a Palace of Glass of different colors exquisitely decorated. On account of its impressive and classic look with lush green garden around it, it was called Nazarbaug Palace as it looked as 'Nazar na laage' from which it was named Nazar.
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