It was sold to Paul Draneht Pasha and Commander Oblieght in 1889, and by 1906 was the elegant Gezirah Palace Hotel. During the World War One it was put into service as the No.2 Australian General Hospital, after Mena House was unable to cope with the huge number of casualties from the Battle of Gallipoli.
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