El Jazzer Mosque
El Jazzer Mosque which is called "Jama el Basa" in Arabic was also recognized in the past under the name "Jama El Anuar" ("The Mosque of the Lights" according to the El Jazzar’s Vakpia). This is the largest mosque in Israel outside of Jerusalem.
Saint John’s Church
Next to the Acre lighthouse today you will find the Saint John’s Church rising above, which belongs to the Latin Franciscan community. A couple of years back an address was found engraved on the northern wall of the structure with the year 1737.
El Ramal Mosque (El Sheabi Mosque)
The first mosque that was built in Acre was the Sea Mosque in 1702, with the growth of the Muslim population in the city, a second mosque was built in Acre for the comfort of the believers who didn’t live close to the seashore.
The place was once called Snan Fasha Mosque- the first Muslim prayer house in Acre that was mentioned during the Ottoman regime period. The estimated time of construction is the 16th century.
Zavit El Shadliya Mosque
The founder of the Dervishian order in Acre, the Sheikh Nur El-Din Isroti (referred to as "El Magraby") was born in Tunisia in the year 1208 to Hajra (1793). The Sheikh claimed that in his sleep he dreamt that the Prophet Yones (Yona) was revealed to him and ordered him to go to Acre.
El Zituna Mosque
A mosque was built instead of Maria Church from Yehoshafat from the Crusaders period, south of the Hospitelerim quarter. According to the tradition that was rampant, the name of the mosque is related to the olive trees, which were planted there in the past.
The Franciscan Church Terra Santa
The significance of Acre to the Franciscans is due to the fact that, based on their beliefs, Francesco d’ Assisi, the founder of their order, visited there during the years 1219 – 1220.
Saint George Church
The Greek Orthodox Church was surely the first Christian prayer site, which was established in Acre during the times of the Turkish rule.
Saint Andreas Church
In the beginning of the 18th Century the tendency to take on the Roman Pope’s authority strengthened among the Orthodox Christians in the Eastern countries, including Israel. On the basis of this a community of Greek Catholic people began to consolidate in Acre.