A patrician Nabulsi mansion, testifying the lost splendor of Nablus as the economic capital of Jabal Nablus district under the Ottoman rule and the lost prestige of its notable families.
#2 - A vanished place: Kana’n Soap Factory
Nablus as the historical commercial city of the Levant. An identity production that influenced and tied relations with the whole Mediterranean and with Europe. The industrial history of the city, continuing until today. The dramatic destruction of this productive site by the war in 2002.
One of very few open public spaces that remained in the medieval fabric of Nablus. Steadfastness and the pride of the people of the Qasbah. The recount of the dramatic bombing of the site)
#4 - Transformative heritage: Jame’ al Kabeer
Nablus Great Mosque, Formerly Byzantine church on the site of a Roman temple, a mosque and then Crusaders church and later transformation into a central religious site, a place living throughout 1500 years.