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It is located in 4 the castle's place in Bab Mnara district.
The current decoration of the palace was Youssef Saheb Ettabaâ's choice.
In 1858, Dar Hussein became the first municipal council of Tunis and got the name of Dar El Achra (House of the ten) as it had 10 members.
In 1881, the French general Léonard-Léopold Forgemol de Bostquénard stayed in the Dar Hussein for the whole occupation period.
After 1957, became the main office for the National Institute of Heritage.
It got its name from its last owner, the General Hussein who was a very close friend to Hayreddin Pasha.
- « Dar Husseïn » [archive], sur asmtunis.com
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