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Prince Bashtak Palace is one of the architectural masterpieces dates back to Mamluk Period in Egypt. The palace was built by Prince "Amir" Seif El-Din Bashtak Al-Nassiri one of the commanders of the Mamluk sultan al-Nasir Muhammad Ibn Qalawun and the husband of one of his daughters between 1334 and 1339 where the Eastern Fatimid palace used to stand. Prince Bashtak Palace is located on Al Mu'izz Li-Din Allah Street which is a well-known part of Islamic Cairo. The palace is one of the Islamic architectures that has a unique structure especially the mashrabiyya screens on the windows of the palace in addition to the stained glass windows stained glass windows of the pointed arches on the second floor, with their gilded and painted wooden paneling.
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