Are you familiar with our building’s fascinating story?
The International Conservation Center‘s building is situated on the southern edge of the Old City of Acre, next to the city wall, in a building that offers remarkable views of Haifa Bay. It is a spacious, two-storey, 19th century residence, with an area of 1,000 square meters.
The building’s massive pillars and impressive supporting vaults, suggest that part of the structure may date back to the Crusader Period, when this sector formed part of the autonomous Pisan Quarter.
Today the building hosts Saving the Stones practical program in conservation various activities: lectures, workshops, group studies, library ecc. as well as other functions of IAA. Find out more about the upcoming program here.
Read all about the Conservation Project of the International Conservation Center at Israel Antiquities Authority – Conservation Department.