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Built by Prince Mohamed Ali (1875-1955), between 1901 and 1929, this palace complex houses six structures including a hunting museum belonging to the late King Farouk, the prince’s residence and furnishings and a beautiful garden.
It's called Mohd. Ali palace & majority don't know the name Menial palace. This place has a garden and a palace & museum. The architecture & interiors in gold plating's are amazing. The museum contains stuffed animals hunted by the kings. A pity sight.
Exquisite. The architecture and the history behind this palace are absolutely amazing. With large sprawling gardens it's the perfect place to take a walk as well if it's not too warm. Though be warned, if you plan on coming on Fridays that the whole palace...More
The beautiful palace of Prince Mohamed Ali the son of Khedive Tawfeek. It's a full complex that includes a botanical garden, a mosque and a hunting museum. If you haven't visited that palace already you should add it to your list.
Manyal Palace is not always appearing in the first lines of the places to see. But if you opt for it you will be nicely surprised. It is on a small island (Rhoda) Nile formed in Cairo. You may even not realize that it is...More
Situated on an island in the Nile, the palace of Mohammed Ali is quite exquisite and located in a beautiful garden. The buildings you can visit are nice, the tiles look like the ones used in Istanbuls Topkapi harem and Sultanahmet Mosque. However the park...More
What a fascinating place. Every inch of the interior of this palace has been decorated in some way. Nothing has gone untouched by carved wood, mother-of-pearl inlay, gold, or tiles. It's amazing. If you like Turkish and Iranian ceramics, as I do, you won't be...More
I had a mooch around here on my own while in Cairo visiting a friend (my friend was at work hence the solo mooching). It's a nice quiet little spot with lovely gardens. It's a nice place to pass an hour or so and there...More
It is a unique palace and the overall design is beautiful and every part has a special design. The reception hall, the Palace of Residence, the Throne Hall and the Museum of Hunting all deserve to be seen especially as this place would have been...More