While this is a nice palace to appreciate from the outside, it's almost impossible to visit inside.
The entire area is far less "glitzy" than you'd expect from such an important building, but still, changing of the guards was very nice (and funny).
There are some lovely alleys in the surrounding area, which sort of give the entire area a cosy feeling.
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