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Wo lebt und wirkt der König von Aegypten!
Ein interessanter Einblick in die königlichen Schlösser und Gärten, in welchen König Fuad von Aegypten lebt.

Die Sommer-Residenz König Fuad´s von Aegypten d´Rast-el-Tine in Alexandrien, welche unmittelbar am Mittelländischen Meer liegt.
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English: The Ras el-Tin Palace in 1931, on the Mediterranean coast in Alexandria, Egypt. The royal summer palace, built in the mid 19th century, and used as such until the last king's abdication in 1953.
Depicted place Alexandria
Date August 1931
Photographer Unknown
Aktuelle-Bilder-Centrale, Georg Pahl (Bild 102)
Accession number Bild 102-12200
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