Al Mushatta Castle image
It is considered one of the largest Umayyad palaces, built during the reign of Al-Walid II bin Yazid in 743 AD. Its has a square shaped plan  , surrounded by 25 towers, four of them on the corners are semi-circular, while the rest are half-circular.
The facade of the main entrance is carved in the form of triangles and branches of plants.
This facade is entirely in the Pergamon Museum in Germany To the north located the palace’s iwan, and a private room of the caliph, and four residential suites.

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