Azm Palace

[Hama] The Azm Palace (بيت العظم, Beit al-Azem) is an 18th-century Ottoman palace in Hama, Syria located at the center of the city on the banks of the Orontes River, about {convert|400|m|ft|sp=us} south of the Hama Citadel. Ross Burns, author of Monuments of Syria, reportedly considers the Azm Palace to be `one of the loveliest Otto...
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Azm Palace

Azm Palace (قصر العظم) is a palace in Damascus, Syria which was originally built in 1750 as a residence for the Ottoman governor of Damascus As`ad Pasha al-Azm. The palace now houses the Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions. ==Architecture== The architecture is an excellent example of Damascene traditional houses. The structure itself co....
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