What is today the Centre of Arab and Mediterranean Music was till some 30 years ago the palatial residence of a wealthy French family. The palace was built by Baron D'Erlanger in the outskirts of Sidi Bou Said, as a luxurious Andalusian home facing the sea and the plains around Tunis. Whether you are interested in music and instruments or not, the place deserves a visit for the affluence and the refinement of it interior, that draws inspiration from the Alhambra Palace in Granada - an Arabic dream of high class.The gardens that surround the Palace are rich in flowers and trees and enjoy a beautiful view.
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