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The Merchant King's Palace was the palace of Damascus' merchant king Abu'l Nuqoud, and was located in the southern Rich District of the city.
Abu'l Nuqoud decorated his palace with gaudy works of arts and regularly used it to hold lavish parties. In 1191, the AssassinAltaïr Ibn-La'Ahad infiltrated one of said parties, but chaos ensued when the merchant king revealed he had poisoned the wine. Abu'l Nuqoud was subsequently assassinated by Altaïr.