Al Musafir Khana Palace
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The Musafir Khana Palace also known as the Musafirkana Palace was built in Cairo, Egypt between 1779 and 1788 by Mahmud Muharram; a wealthy merchant. Muhammad Ali Pasha bought the palace in early 19th century to use as a royal guesthouse. It was the birthplace of his grandson Khedive Ismai'l 1830-1895. In 1998, it burned to the ground. It was an excellent example of the Ottoman Style.
- archnet.org Musafirkhana Palace
- google books Islamic Monuments in Cairo - Parker, Sabin, and Williams
- Mit.edu Pictures of Palace
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