Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)

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This three-storey glass house built on the roof of an apartment complex Palace Condominium in Miami, USA. Originally it was designed by architects Leona & Harry Helmsley as their residence, but then was bought by the Saudi Sheikh Saoud Al-Shaalan, who turned it into a true Arabian palace, the architectural elements which are similar to the Indian Taj Mahal. Twenty-seven of Moroccan artisans and craftsmen worked and lived here for two years. Currently, Taj Miami put up the real estate market for $ 4,199,000.
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)

Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)
Arabic Palace On The Roof Of A Skyscraper (16 Photos)