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Ras el-Tin Palace (9/14)

Ras el-Tin Palace

Sumptuous Ras el-Tin Palace was once a summer escape for Egypt’s sultans when the desert heat of Cairo got too much to bear. It’s also the famed location where King Farouk — Egypt’s last king — officially abdicated in 1952 before sailing out of Alexandria’s harbor and into exile in Italy. Today, the palace is used by the Egyptian navy, which means its glorious interiors are out of bounds to casual visitors, but the monumental white facade, best viewed from the harbor waters, is a must-see

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