The House of Miracles is a palace built with pillars by the sea in Zanzibar. It is now a museum. Although it has been in disrepair for a long time, it is mottled, and some places have collapsed. But from the towering bell tower in the middle, the columns on both sides, and the salute in front of the door, you can still see the glory of the past.
Inside is the first elevator in East Africa, where the exiled princess who wrote "Memoirs of an Arab Princess" grew up. Facing the Indian Ocean, the palace of the Sultan of Amman was first exiled, then it became the seat of the British colonial government, and now it is a museum
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It is a white English-style clock tower building. It was once the first building equipped with electric lights and elevators on San Island, hence its name. This magnificent building has 40 thick columns, and it is said that dozens of black slaves are buried alive under each column.