At a Glance :
Region : Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow
Constructed By : Nawab Ud Daula
Located On : Gomati River
Major Characteristic : Serpentine Staircase
India's every state and city contains some uniqueness which you don’t get anywhere in India. These states are blessed by numbers of popular attractions. Lucknow is one those cities, which has created its own different identity, in front of the world. This city is very much popular for the tourism and ancient structures. Lucknow city contain 3 traditional ancient structures such as Zoo of Lucknow, Bara Imambara and religiously important Laxman Tila. If you experience the atmosphere of the Lucknow city, you will definitely feel that, their ambience contains very much energy because of their Art, culture and also essential spiritual philosophers, which has been developed and gave a brilliant shape to the thoughts of the Lucknow people. This city is also very much popular for the handicrafts like Zari, silks, embroidery work and also leather work.
Bibiyapur Kothi is located on the Gomati River; this monument was constructed by the Nawab ud daula. This monument has three storeys. This structure used as a place for the entertainment shows and events in the Government of British, on the special occasions. If you have the knowledge about the French architecture then you will quickly observe the style of this monument's architecture, because it is very much dominated by the French architecture pattern. Monument includes light blue color tiles which were brought from another country called France. The interior of this monument is very descent and elegant. Bibiyapur Kothi staircases are made in the special serpentine wood, which are present at the inside part of the monument, are only available in the India.
The Kothi part of the Bibiyapur monument was made for the hunting, the maker of the monument called Nawab ud din got the crown at this place. Right now, this structure is located in the limits of the Military Dairy and it is getting the security of the Archeological Survey.