Royal Jewelry Museum
It is a unique masterpiece of its kind.
The elephant is a one of one and there is no other piece like it in the world.
The palace was built in the Zizinia area in 1919 by Zainab Fahmy and was completed by her daughter, Princess Fatima.
The Royal Jewelry Museum is one of the European architecture masterpieces.
The palace of Princess Fatima al-Zahra was transformed into a jewelry museum in 1986.
A unique golden set spanning back to Princess Malak Tosson, consisting of a brush, cups and a sword decorated with floral motifs and the letter “M” is happily housed in Egypt’s Royal Jewelry Museum in Alexandria.
The Royal Jewelry Museum displayed a group of artifacts from the museum’s holdings on their official Facebook page for the public to choose one piece under the slogan “You decide”.
During the visit, the visitors enjoyed the museum's display of rare and unique artifacts.
The six golden cups were owned by the Prince Mohammed Ali Tawfik.
The Royal Jewelry Museum in ZiZinia is one of the most wonderful touristic spots in Alexandria, with a stunning collection of jewels.