Aisha Fahmy was the daughter of the great Pasha Fahmy, Oran of King Fouad I. On May 6, 1924, after her father’s death, Aisha bought her sisters’ share in the palace, thus owning the property, for the amount of 72 thousand pounds. Aisha Fahmy Palace is a luxurious villa located in the heart of Cairo, Egypt. It was built in the early 20th century by the Egyptian businessman and philanthropist Aisha Fahmy, and has since become a popular destination for visitors to the city.

The palace is famous for its stunning architecture, which blends traditional Egyptian design with modern elements. The building is all of stone and has intricate carvings and ornate decorations, including beautiful mosaics and stained glass windows.

One of the most notable features of the palace is its beautiful gardens. Which are filled with lush greenery and colorful flowers. The gardens are peaceful oasis in the middle of the city, and feature several fountains, statues, and walking paths.

The palace is also home to a number of interesting artifacts and works of art. Including paintings, sculptures, and decorative objects. Many of these items Aisha Fahmy collected them during her travels around the world. And are now on display in the palace’s various rooms and galleries.

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Today, Aisha Fahmy Palace is open to the public as a museum and cultural center. It is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. Who come to admire its beautiful architecture, stunning gardens, and fascinating collection of artifacts and artwork. The palace is a testament to the rich cultural heritage of Egypt. And a reminder of the country’s long and storied history.