The Al-Aqsa Bakery, where you need to have eaten said kanafeh, is a mainstay of Nablus’ ancient Old City. It’s tucked into the shadow of the pastel-green An-Nasr mosque. Right around the corner is the old Ottoman clock tower, the symbol of the city of Nablus.
The Byzantine church was definitely in ruins by the time the Crusaders occupied Nablus in August 1099. Early 12th century accounts by pilgrims to the site speak of the well without mentioning a church. There are later 12th century accounts of a newly built church at Jacob's Well.
Hanbali Mosque (also known as Hanabila Mosque) is a major mosque in central Nablus off of Jama'a Kabir Street south of Martyr's Square and west of the Great Mosque of Nablus. The Hanbali Mosque was founded by the al-Hanbali family of Nablus in the early 16th-century, between 1526-27, and named after them.
Nablus is the third oldest city in the world. The old city; The Old City in Nablus has important sites going back to the 1st to 15th centuries. The Old City includes six major quarters: Yasmina, Gharb, Qaryun, Aqaba, Qaysariyya, and Habala. These quarters all have historical sites. Nablus Hamaams; In Nablus there are six hamaams (Turkish baths).
Samaritan worshippers walk up Mount Gerizim near the northern West Bank city of Nablus, to participate in a Passover ceremony on May 6, 2018. - The Samaritans are a community of a few hundred people living in Israel and in the Nablus area, who trace their lineage to the ancient Israelites Moses led out of Egypt