Karamanly House Museum, Tripoli, Libya 

The House of Karamanly was worked in the second 50% of the eighteenth century, amid the rule of Ali Pasha Al-Qaramanli, and was utilized by Yousuf Pasha until his passing. The house was re-established amid the mid Nineteen hundred ninetys 1990s and wound up known as Tripoli Historical Exhibition.

The house incorporates a fine wellspring and mosaic-secured dividers, with two stories: the ground floor contains four rooms, including Assaddah Room, which is a stay with an implicit wooden bed typically one meter high from the floor, a visitor room; garments room and a kitchen. You can visit this place with your friends and family. Explore and experience this place more.

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