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  • 4/5 BIN B. 2 years ago on Google
    It is a place which situated thrissur ernakulam border and near ot it the periyar is flowing it is awesome
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  • 4/5 Siyad 2 years ago on Google
    Kottappuram Fort, built by the Portuguese in 1523 was referred to popularly as Cranganore Fort and is now known as Kodungallur Fort. It was captured and destroyed by the Dutch in 1663. The Fort had a strategic position, on the mouth of the river Periyar before it joins the Arabian Sea, which gave it the advantage of controlling the ships and boats that passed to and from the interior of Malabar. A church and many traditional houses in the nearby area, built by the Europeans still remain today. Kottappuram Fort played a significant role in many wars between the Zamorin and the rulers of Cochin (Kochi). In 1662 the Dutch fleet had made an attempt to capture it from the Portuguese, but that invasion was successful only in 1663. After taking over the Fort, the Dutch used it as an outhouse to guard their trade ships. When the interest of the rulers of Mysore turned towards Malabar, Haider Ali negotiated with the Dutch for the purchase of the Kottappuram Fort and the one at Pallippuram. During Tipu Sultan's possession of the Malabar Coast, the Travancore rulers felt it was imperative for them to possess these forts, to safeguard their kingdom against invasion by the Mysore rulers. So, the then Travancore King, Ramavarma Dharmaraja (1758-1798), purchased these two forts on 31 July 1789. The agreement was executed in 1909, by Raja Kesava Dasa, the Dewan of Travancore and John Gerard Van Angelbeck, the Dutch Governor. Later, finding it in a ruined state, the Department of Archaeology of Travancore erected a memorial pillar inside the Fort and decided to preserve it as a public property. Kottappuram fort is located about 4 kilometers from Kottappuram Junction on the Kodungallur-Moothakunnam Road.
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  • 5/5 Mallu machanZzz kAtTuPaRaMbIl R. 2 years ago on Google
    100 % mind satisfied plave
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 MOHAMED HAFEEL K A. 1 year ago on Google
    Nice place to spend the evening
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 1/5 Sabin A. 3 months ago on Google New
    If you are looking for a place to go for photoshoot, pls don’t go. Waste of time and money.
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Alex T. 3 years ago on Google
    Well maintained. Ideal for spending time with family.

  • 4/5 Aatmarth J. 2 years ago on Google
    Very good for who loves archeology

  • 5/5 yesudas c. 2 years ago on Google
    It is a place worth visiting

  • 3/5 Ibrahim K. 2 years ago on Google
    Tourist destination in Muziris Project.

  • 5/5 Riyasudheen C. 3 years ago on Google
    It's a historic place...

  • 5/5 DR. O.G. V. 1 year ago on Google
    Historic place of muziris Every one must visit this place and get an idea of inventors of our country

  • 5/5 JP 1 year ago on Google
    Ancient porchugeeze fort with different vibe. Mske holidats colurful and enjoy the old age feel of museris


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