Sulayman Pasha was a French colonel named Seves, who migrated to Egypt with many other European that served as advisers and technicians in the Egyptian Administration during the reign of Muhammed Ali. His granddaughter Nazli is the mother of King Farouk. The tomb lies North of the Nilemeter, and after the wooden connecting bridge to the Cornish El- Neel Street. It is distinguished by its handsome iron pavilion designed by Carl Von Diebitsch. Next to this Tomb, one can find the Tomb of Sulayman Pasha's widow, but it is less luxourious than his own tomb.