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The Napier Museum is an arts, archaeology, and cultural and natural history museum set in Trivandrum Park, located in Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), the capital city of Kerala, southwestern India.

  • The museum, established in 1855, houses rare collections of art, archaeological and historic artifacts, and local Keralan natural history.
  • It site also contains the Sri Chitra Art Gallery, and the Trivandrum Zoological garden established in 1857, which is one of the oldest in India.
  • The Napier Museum is a significant example of the British colonial Indo-Saracenic Revival style of architecture.

8°30′31″N 76°57′18″E / 8.50861°N 76.955°E / 8.50861; 76.955

Museo Napier (es); musée Napier (fr); Napier Museum (en); متحف نابير (arz); നേപ്പിയർ മ്യൂസിയം (ml); நேப்பியர் அருங்காட்சியகம் (ta) art museum, archaeology museum in Kerala, India (en); Kunstmuseum in Indien (de); muze i arteve (sq); museum pertunjukan seni di India (id); musée en Inde (fr); mirdi India (br); kunstmuseum in Trivandrum, India (nl) നാപിയെർ മ്യൂസിയം, നേപ്പ്യർ കാഴ്ച ബെംഗ്ളാവ് (ml)
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  • 1855
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