Mazra'ih is a house in the countryside near Akká where Bahá’u’lláh lived from 1877 to 1879. The property belongs to the Bahá'ís, and is one of the places visited on pilgrimage. In the grounds of the house, there are remains of the old aqueduct running to the city.
Mazra'ih belonged to Muhammad Pasha Safwat, a great-nephew of 'Abdu'llah...
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