Islamic Ceramics

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When the Ministry of Culture decided to add to its series of specialised museums one for Islamic ceramics, it chose the palace of Prince Ibrahim in Zamalek, built in 1343 H. (1924 A.D.).

Undoubtedly, this choice was inspired by the palace's impressive Islamic architecture and decoration, as well as its location in a quiet and fashionable district in the heart of the city.

Islamic Ceramics Museum 6


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