Mulee Aage

The Mulee Aage was built by Sultan Shamsuddeen III for his son prior to the First World War. The house became government property when the sultan and his son were expelled in 1936. Mulee Aage was renamed the Presidential Palace in 1986 and was renovated to hold official events and to accommodate visiting Heads of States and other foreign dignitaries. However, in 1994, President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom moved it to a new official residence. 

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