There is a Franciscan church, built back in the 19th century on the remains of an old Crusaders fortress in Old Jaffa. It is even rumored that Napoleon stayed here when it was also used as a hostel. Here is a quick look inside….
March 28, 2009
Capturing Moments: Inside St. Peters Catholic Church
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