Bayt Al-Razzaz palace

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The Bayt al-Razzaz Palace was constructed from the late 15th century through the late 18th century in the heart of medieval Cairo, Egypt.

Bayt al-Razzaz is an abandoned 178-room urban palace in the Darb al-Ahmar neighborhood of medieval Cairo. It is a property of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities.

It was built in the time of the Mamluk sultan Qayt Bay or Qaitbay.

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Coordinates: 30°02′15″N 31°15′33″E / 30.03750°N 31.25917°E / 30.03750; 31.25917