Mahmoudiya Mosque built in 1812 by Abu Nabbut, the governor of Yaffo. It is by far the largest and most significant mosque in Yaffo. It is a complex of buildings arranged around two large courtyards including a third smaller courtyard.
The sabil (fountain), embedded in the southern wall of the mosque, is attributed to Suleiman Pasha, governor of Acre from the late 18th to early 19th centuries
By bus, taxi or guided tour.