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Acre, Israel Fortifications

Akka (Acre), on the Western Aljaleel region of northern Falasteen. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited sites in the country.

The harbor of Acre at sunset.  https://500px.com/photo/72017927/acre-harbour-by-photostock-israel

Acre harbour - Israel, Western Galilee, the old City of Acre The harbour at sunset

Khan al-Umdan - also known as Khán-i-'Avámid) is the largest and best preserved Khan in Israel and is located in the Old City of Akko (Acre) http://www.worldheritagesite.org/sites/acre.html

Khan al-Umdan - also known as Khán-i-'Avámid) is the largest and best preserved Khan in Israel and is located in the Old City of Akko (Acre) http://www.worldheritagesite.org/sites/acre.html

The Efendi Hotel, Acre, Israel | 2015 Grand Awards

The 2017 Luxury Travel Grand Awards

Efendi Hotel - Acre, Israel - "The Efendi are provided by the magnificent salons and terraces, which are idyllic places to relax with a book or just to sip a glass of wine while gazing at the sea.

Akko Israel History | El-Jezzar Mosque, Acre, Israel | Travel Magazine

The El Jazzar Mosque is the iconic landmark of the Old City Acre, Israel. The mosque, a magnificent example of Ottoman style, was built by order of Akko’s Ottoman governor in the late century,…

Acre, Israel – History & Culture by the Sea (article)

Acre, Israel - History & Culture by the Sea

Acre, Israel - History & Culture by the Sea - Amateur Traveler Travel Podcast

Acre, Israel - The Templar Tunel

This tunnel long, was constructed by the Knights Templar to serve as a strategic underground passageway linking the fortress with the port.