Martini Dar Zamaria

Named after the Zamaria family, who lived in the ·Dar·, or home, since the early eighteenth century, this beautiful Islamic courtyard house exhibits the splendors of ottoman architecture which flourished in the seventeenth century. 
Distinctive of the Aleppine courtyard house, the courtyard is 
the center of the residence with the private residential quarters, the Iwan, covered patios, and the halls, that were designed and lavishly decorated to entertain guests, all face the courtyard. 
The courtyard, Iwan and halls have been converted into restaurants and resting areas and the private residential quarters have been converted into bedrooms.

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