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Sabil Mustafa Agha Founding Stone Inscription

Sabil Mustafa Agha Founding Stone Inscription

Arabic inscription on the founding stone of Sabil Mustafa Agha Sabil in Jerusalem, The Sabil is located to the east from Bab al-Nazir (Council Gate) on the western side of the Haram al-Sharif square. It was established during the reign of Sultan Mahmud I in the year 1153 AH / 1740 AD, under the supervision of Mustafa Agha, the governor of Jerusalem at that time, by order of the governor, Othman Bey al-Faqari.

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Sabil Mustafa Agha Founding Stone Inscription
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