Mahmoudiyeh Mosque is the biggest mosque in Jaffa and his name is because of the ruler of jaffa in those times muhamed (abu nabut).
Mahmoudiyeh Mosque was built on 1812.
The old city of Yafo (or Jaffa) is a great place to hang around no matter what season, time of the day or night. Shopping, dinning, clubbing and basically, sightseeing is just wonderful here.
No room, no room, that must be what every person living in Yaffo shouts every day, here you can see a "porch", perched above the heads of those passing on the narrow, winding street below.
Upper part of the statue - Jacob's Dream
Left part - The Fall of Jericho
Right part - The sacrifice of Isaac
The al-Bahr Mosque (or Sea Mosque) is the oldest extant mosque of Jaffa.
The building dates from the 16th century.
In 1997 the mosque was renovated.
The Mahmoudiya Mosque is the largest mosque in Jaffa.
It's a complex of buildings around three courtyards.
The first construction started in 1730; most of the present mosque was was built in 1812.
The Old Jaffa Lighthouse or Jaffa Light is located on the hilltop above the old Jaffa Port.
It was in service between 1865 and 1966,
At the coastal rock of Old Jaffa the old defence cannons are on display.
They date from the Ottaman period.