The famous 1781 mosque is surrounded by a stout wall and is the largest in Israel. Named for the warlord Jazzer Pasha who ran the Galilee in the 18th century it has a large Turkish-style minaret and other features. They charge 10 NIS to walk around the courtyard and take photos and there isn't much more than that
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