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Sign: Old Jaffa - The Old Saraya and Soap Factory

Tayelet Mifraz Shlomo St 8, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל העיר תל אביב
יפו העתיקה
החברה לפיתוח יפו העתיקה בע"מ

הסראיה הישנה ובית החרושת לסבון
הבניין הגדול נבנה בראשית המאה ה-19 על שרידי בניין מהתקופה הצלבנית, ושימש כארמונו המפואר של המושל העות’מאני מוחמד אגא "אבו נבוט".
שימש גם כבית דואר ובית מעצר עירוניים עד לבנייתו של בית הממשל החדש בסוף המאה ה-19, אז הפך לבית-חרושת לסבון של משפחת דמיאני הנוצרית.

السرايا العتيقة ومصنع الصابون
با بني المبنى الكبير في بداية القرن الـ 19 واستعمل قصر فخم للحاكم العثماني محمد اغا , " أبو نبوط " بالإضافة الى ذلك استعمل دار للبريد وسجن مدني حتى بناء بيت الحاكم : الجديد في ساحة الساعة في نهاية القرن الـ 19 , حينها استعمل كمصنع اللصابون العائلة دمياني المسيحية .

The Old Saraya and Soap Factory
This large building was built in the early 19th century and served as a grand palace for the Ottoman governor, Mohammed Agha, who was also known as Abu Nabbut.
It was also used as the municipal post office and jail until the new government building was built in the Clock Tower Square at the end of the 19th century. The building then became a soap factory belonging to the Demianis, a Christian family.
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