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El-Jazzar Mosque (Acre)

Techniquewatercolors on paper 
Size 72x55 cm
Year 1983
noteFrom the "Historical Sites of Palestine" series

El-Jazzar Mosque

from the Historical Sites of Palestine series

The el-Jazzar Mosque (Arabic: مسجد الجزار‎, Masjid al-Jazzar; Hebrew: מסגד אל-ג’זאר‎, Misgad al-G’zar), also known as the White Mosque, is located on el-Jazzar Street inside the walls of the old city of Acre, overlooking the eastern Mediterranean Sea, and is named after the Ottoman Bosnian governor Ahmad Pasha el-Jazzar (“the Butcher”).

source: Wikipedia