The Manial Palace and Museum is an Ottoman era museum built by Prince Mohammed Ali Tewfik in 1899 - 1929

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Manial Palace Museum, Cairo

The Manial Palace and Museum is an Ottoman era museum built by Prince Mohammed Ali Tewfik in 1899 - 1929.

The Manial Palace and Museum is an Ottoman era museum built by Prince Mohammed Ali Tewfik in 1899 - 1929. Located on Rhoda Island on the Nile, it integrates traditional Islamic architectural styles such as Ottoman, Moorish, and Persian with western Art Nouveau and Rococo elements. The grand complex reflects royal lifestyles from the turn of the 20thcentury, furnished with artwork, silver, objets d'art, ceramics, brass items and curios. The complex has lush greens with shady tropical and desert vegetation, laid out as landscaped English and Persian gardens.


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About Manial Palace Museum

 1 Al Saraya, المنيل، Al Manial, Cairo Governorate, Egypt

 +20 2 23687495

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