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Azem Palace

Prince Izeddeen Aybak AlMawsili Palace

The Mameluke palace of Prince "Izeddeen Aybak AlMawsili" exhibits Andalusian decorations similar to those in AlHambra palace in Grenade (Spain). Behind the palace is the tomb of the Prince, the window of which carries a historical inscription dated at 1299 CE.


Kastaflees Palace

Khodr Agha Palace

Mahkamah AlShariyyah (The Historical Palace of Justice)

The historical Palace of Justice is located near the Sayyagheen Bazaar. For more information on this monuments, see "Naml Madrassa".


Moghrabi Palace

The Moghrabi Palace is located at the Qalawoon (alias: Nejmeh) district.


Nawfal Palace

Nawfal Palace (Rashid Karame Cultural Center) was built in 1898 as a private home for the Nawfal family. It became a municipality cultural center at 1970. It is at present used to host seminars and small exhibitions.


The library of Nawfal Palace.

Right: The Tell Cloktower. Background: Nawfal Palace. Front: Tell Pool (1950s).

Sanjar AlHomsi Palac

Sanjar AlHomsi Palace is a Mameluke construction that was commissioned by Prince Sanjar AlHomsi. The palace is located at Tarbi'ah District.

Details at the Sanjar AlHomsi Palace.

Details at the Sanjar AlHomsi Palace.

Shanbour Palace
The Gate of Shanbour Palace

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