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Koder House



Koder House, the magnificent building constructed by Samuel. S. Koder of the Cochin Electric Company in 1808 AD is a supreme example of transition from colonial to Indo-European architecture.

Features like Veranda Seats at the entrance, floor tiles set in a chess board pattern, red coloured brick like facade, carved wood furniture and a wooden bridge connecting to separate structure across the street are unique to this Bungalow.
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General Information

Location
Ernakulam, Kerala
Unique Features
Chess Board Pattern, Wooden Bridge

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