Cooch Behar Palace is in West Bengal.
The palace, which was modeled after the Buckingham Palace in London and was built in 1887, during the reign of Maharaja Nripendra Narayan of Koch dynasty.
Now this palace is a museum complex.
It is a large palace covering 51,309 square feet (4,766.8 sq.meter). It is fronted on the ground and first floors by a series of arcaded verandahs with their piers arranged alternately in single and double rows.
There is a grand Durbar Hall with renaissance architecture and other rooms like rooms that include the Dressing Room, Bed Room, Drawing Room, Dining Hall, Billiard hall, Library, Toshakhana, Ladies Gallery and Vestibules.
The original palace was 3 storeyed, but was subsequently destroyed by the 1897 Assam earthquake.