On Bab al-Nasr, opposite the Wikala of Qawsun, beginning with the sabil and its lunettes of Turkish tiles, are the remains of what was once an impressive façade and establishment. The top stories have been lost, but people continue to live here. This patron, a great builder along Bab al-Nasr, was the chief of the white eunuchs whose Turkish title means 'chief of the bed-chamber.'
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