El-Hakaneia Palace

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El-Hakaneia Palace
El-Hakaneia Palace

The El-Hakaneia palace[1] at Manshieh Square in Alexandria is the seat of the Mixed Tribunals and it is still used as a court. The court building "Mixed Tribunals" was designed by Alfonso Maniscalco in the Beaux-Arts tradition in 1887.[1][2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Mohamed Ali Mohamed Khalil: The Italian architecture in Alexandria Egypt, S. 31. (Thesis submitted to University Kore of Enna to obtain Second level master degree in architecture restoration A.A. 2008-2009). S. 78 f.
  2. ^ M. Volait:La communauté italienne et ses édiles, S. 145
  3. ^ Mohamed Ali Mohamed Khalil: The Italian architecture in Alexandria Egypt, S. 31. (Thesis submitted to University Kore of Enna to obtain Second level master degree in architecture restoration A.A. 2008-2009)
  • Mohamed F. Awad:Italy in Alexandria: influences on the built environment. Alexandria preservation trust, Alexandria 2008, S.113

Coordinates: 31°12′29″N 29°56′54″E / 31.20806°N 29.94833°E / 31.20806; 29.94833