Ramla is a city in central Israel, between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. It is the only new city to be founded in Israel during about 1200 years of Muslim rule - in all other cases they built on top of preexisting cities. Today it has a mixed Arab and Jewish population.
The Tower of Ramla, also known as the White Tower, was built in the 13th century. It served as the minaret of the White Mosque (al-Masjid al-Abyad) erected by Caliph Suleiman in the 8th century CE, of which only remnants remain today. The tower is six-stories high, with a spiral staircase of 119 steps. You may be able to walk up to the top, where there are great views of the Tel Aviv area.
The Arches Pool is a large underground cistern with an arched roof, built in the 8th century. You can take a boat tour inside.
The Great Mosque - used to be a crusader church and was converted into a Mosque by the Mameluk.
Ramla Museum -is housed in the former municipal headquarters of the British Mandatory authorities,The building, from 1922, incorporates elements of Arab architecture such as arched windows and patterned tiled floors. It describes Ramla's history
Franciscan Church - it houses Israel's only painting by Tizian
The Hospice of St. Nicodemus and St. Joseph of Arimathea on Ramla's main boulevard, Herzl Street, is easily recognized by its clock-faced, square tower. It belongs to the Franciscan church. Napoleon used the hospice as his headquarters during his Palestine campaign in 1799.
The old turkish City next to the market is an abandoned area of old buildings (an inhabitant said, turks lived to use there) which is full of dirt and trash. It's interesting to see!