Palais du Peuple
Algiers, Algeria
The summer residence of Dey Mustapha Khodjet El-Kheil (1748-1754/1161-1167 AH) and Dey Hussein Pacha (1818-1830/1233-1255), it was occupied by the French Army in 1830.  It then served as the residence of the governeur général. 

The palace was renovated and expanded in 1846, but the most significant renovation came in 1916 when Gabriel Darbéda and Charles Montaland.  It was renamed Palais du Peuple (The People's Palace) after independence, and now serves as a locale for governmental and cultural functions.

Sources: 
Cohen, Jean-Louis, Nabila Oulebsir, Youcef Kanoun, and Dominique Delaunay. Alger: paysage urbain et architecture 1800-2000. Paris: Editions de L'Imprimeur, 2002.
"Palais du Peuple, ex-Palais d'été." Alger. Architectures 19e et 20e siècles. Accessed May 02, 2017. http://mutualheritage-alger.univ-tours.fr/items/show/97.

Michael A. Toler, April 2017
Location
Place Addis-Abeba avenue Franklin-Roosevelt Parc de la Liberté , Algiers, Algeria
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Associated Names
Events
late 19th c./early 13th c. AH
1987 restoration
Style Periods
1299-1922
Variant Names
Palais du Peuple
People's Palace
Translated
قصر الشعب
Original
Villa Abdelatif
Alternate transliteration
Palais d'été du Gouverneur
Formerly known as
Building Usages
palace
palatial
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