Arab boys from the city of Acre are demonstrating their fearlessness by jumping from the historic city walls of Acre, Israel. Captured in August 2016. Acre or Akko has been a crucial trading hub and port city and is one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements on earth. The walls the boys are jumping from into the sea lie on structures built by Templars during the Crusades. The walls as we see them in their current form were built by Ottoman rulers and even endured a siege by Napoleon. Acre is also the holiest city for the Baha'i religion.
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