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The Old City if Akko/Akre

The old city of Acre has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and contains a tunnel leading to a 13th century fortress of the Knights Templar. Since the 1990s, there are vast works of archeological excavations and preservations of ancient structures in progress.
 
Mosque in Akko
Great Mosque of al-Jazzar
Mosque of Ahmed Jezzar Pasha
  Mosque in Akko  
  Great Mosque of al-Jazzar  
  Mosque of Ahmed Jezzar Pasha  
Tughra at the Al-Jezzar Mosque
The Old City of Akko
Acre's Old City
  Tughra at the Al-Jezzar Mosque  
  The Old City of Akko  
  Acre's Old City  
Acre waterfront
St John the Baptist Church
Fishing in Acre, with Haifa in the background
  Acre waterfront  
  St John the Baptist Church  
  Fishing in Acre, with Haifa in the background  
Acre at night
  Acre at night  



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