View of Ennejma Ezzahra
|Alternative names||Nejma Ezzohara|
|Town or city||Sidi Bou Said|
|Client||Baron Rodolphe d'Erlanger|
recorded April 2015
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Some years after his son Leo Alfred Frédéric d'Erlanger (1898–1978)'s death, Leo's widow, Baroness Edwina d'Erlanger (née Prue; died 1994), sold it to the Tunisian government, and it is now preserved as a museum, with many of its original furnishings, including paintings by the Baron, and a treasure-chest reputedly once owned by Suleiman the Magnificent.
It also house the Centre des Musiques Arabes et Méditerranéennes (Centre for Arabic and Mediterranean Music), for which it acts as a regular concert venue, and which has a collection of historical musical instruments and other objects.
- Cowell, Alan (23 July 1987). "In Tunisia, A Rare Visit To a Palace And Its Owner". New York Times. Retrieved 4 May 2015.
- "Association des Musees de la Mediterranee". Archived from the original on 5 May 2015. Retrieved 4 May 2015.
- "CMAM , Center of Arab and Mediterranean Music, Ennejma Ezzahra". Retrieved 4 May 2015.