The Manasterly Palace is an Ottoman Baroque palace and grounds in the south western corner on the southern end of Rawda Island on the Nile in Cairo, Egypt.
It stands next to the nilometer that dates back to 861 CE. The one story palace was built in 1851 by Hassan Fouad Pasha El-Manasterly, then Governor of Cairo.
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