In the entrance arch to the hall of the Zisa fountain, there is the following inscription in Naskhi characters: “As often as thou wilt, thou shalt see the most beautiful possession of the most splendid of the kingdoms of the world: the seas and the mountain that dominates them, whose peaks are tinged with narcissus, and… You shall see the (great) king of the century in a beautiful stay (that) suits him magnificence and joy. This is the earthly paradise that opens the eyes. This is the Musta’izz and this (palace) the Aziz.”