Palace of Amenhotep III
Built in the 14th century BC, there are various structures in the desert in Luxor, consisting of several residential palaces, a temple of Amun, a festival hall, elite villas, houses for the relatives of the Royal Family, apartments for attendants, and a desert altar named Kom Al-Samak
From the Ptolemaic era in the 50s BC, Caesareum Palace which was built by Cleopatra in honor of Julius Caesar or Mark Antony in Alexandria, is devoted to the Imperial cult.
Princess Fatma Al-Zahra’ Palace
Built in Alexandria in 1919, and now is the well-known Royal Jewelry Museum. The building’s halls contain an inestimable collection of jewels and jewelry of Muhammad Ali’s Dynasty, 19th-century paintings, statues, and decorative arts, all are exhibited in the rooms and lobbies.
It is a palace with a museum and extensive gardens in a distinguished Montaza district in Alexandria. It was built in 1892 by Khedive Abbas II, the last ruler during Muhammad Ali’s Dynasty, overlooking the beach on the Mediterranean Sea.
Ras Al-Teen Palace
A Royal Palace on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea in Alexandria, built during Muhammad Ali’s Dynasty starting from 1834 and it took 11 years to be completed in 1845. It is one of the official residences for a serving President of Egypt and is considered the oldest Royal Egyptian Palace that is still in use today.