Built in 1750 by the Governor of Damascus Azim, this palace is now the Syrian Civil History Museum. Azim Palace is a palace built in 1750 to commemorate Azim, the former governor of Damascus. Azim Palace is a traditional Damascus building, and the harem is Azim's home, including kitchen, dormitory and bath. The Azim Palace was destroyed in 1925, and it is now a museum and folk art gallery.
Located in the old city of Damascus, the capital of Syria, not far from the Umayyad Mosque, this palace was built by Azim, the former governor of Damascus, and was naturally named after him. In the 1950s, this palace was officially changed to the Syrian Folk History Museum by Syria. Therefore, it can be said to be an important place to learn about Syrian traditional market culture and handicrafts. At present, the museum has 16 halls, which are arranged as exhibition halls for Syrian costumes, handicrafts, early weapons, wedding customs, and children's education. Transportation: Located in the urban area, it is recommended to take a taxi to tour.
It is majestic and has a strong religious color.
The overall feeling is really good and great.
The Azim Palace, located in the northern part of the old city of Damascus, Syria, has a long history. It was built by the governor of Damascus, Azim. Now it has been transformed into a folk museum with beautiful Persian architecture.