Located in the heart of the Kasbah of Algiers, this palace was built in the eighteenth century by the dey Mustapha Pacha. In 1830, it was occupied by the French army

Then it will become the official residence of the governor general of Algeria. In 1916, the architects G. Darbéda and C. Montaland had it

decorated with an Arab-Norman and Venetian architecture.

Currently, it houses the National Museum of Miniature, Illumination and Arabic Calligraphy. 

Algeria DMC strongly recommends you to visit the Mustapha Pacha Palace during your trip in Algeria.

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