It's interesting to see how a place can evolve over time and have so many different functions, from Arab palace to monastery. That start (Arab palace) and end (monastery) each have a small place dedicated to them.
Nothing too exceptional and no English information other than a small folder, but it's free, so worth a visit if you are in town.
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