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Ibrahim Palace (castle) Al Hofuf

The palace of Ibrahim is one of the most important historical and archaeological monuments located in Al-Kut district of Al-Hofuf in Al-Ahsa province in Saudi Arabia. The palace is also called "Castle of Ibrahim" due to the size of the building and the top of its buildings. Ibrahim's Archaeological Palace is a historic palace in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. It is located north of Kut where it was the headquarters of the garrison of the Ottoman Empire in the province of Al-Ahsa in Hofuf, that subordinate to Basra. Construction of the palace began with the Dome Mosque in 978 AH, 1571, and during the next century it expanded to include the castle, prison and Turkish baths. The Ibrahim Palace covers an area of ​​16,500 square meters and integrates Islamic and military construction. The architectural palace model consists of two models: Religious style: There are semi-round arches and Islamic domes are prominent in the palace and the mosque mihrab, which is prevalent in Turkey. Military model: This is the huge towers surrounding the palace in addition to the barracks of soldiers that represent the east of the palace and horse stables. The shape of the general palace is relatively square or oblong with a long wall and towers in the corners.   The palace of Ibrahim is one of the most important historical and archaeological monuments located in Al-Kut district of Al-Hofuf in Al-Ahsa province in Saudi Arabia. The palace is also called "Castle of Ibrahim" due to the size of the building and the top of its buildings. Ibrahim's Archaeological Palace is a historic palace in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. It is located north of Kut where it was the headquarters of the garrison of the Ottoman Empire in the province of Al-Ahsa in Hofuf, that subordinate to Basra. Construction of the palace began with the Dome Mosque in 978 AH, 1571, and during the next century it expanded to include the castle, prison and Turkish baths. The Ibrahim Palace covers an area of ​​16,500 square meters and integrates Islamic and military construction. The architectural palace model consists of two models: Religious style: There are semi-round arches and Islamic domes are prominent in the palace and the mosque mihrab, which is prevalent in Turkey. Military model: This is the huge towers surrounding the palace in addition to the barracks of soldiers that represent the east of the palace and horse stables. The shape of the general palace is relatively square or oblong with a long wall and towers in the corners.

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