The Royal Chariots Museum is one of the rarest qualitative museums.
The elephant is a one of one and there is no other piece like it in the world.
The palace exhibits a fusion of European decorative motifs with the spirit of Islamic architectural planning.
The exhibition includes rare possessions of the Alawite family.
On March 18, 1965, King Farouk I, the last king of the Egyptian Kingdom and the last to rule Egypt from the Alawite family, passed away.
This unique museum is one of the oldest and most important carriages museums in the world.
El-Mounira Palace in Sayyida Zeinab area is one of the most distinctive royal palaces built in the era of the Alawite family.