A high pyramid stays in the middle of an alley that leads to the Stella Maris monastery. This monument was erected above the mass grave of Napoleon’s army soldiers. Napoleon was unable to capture the city of Acre, located on the opposite side of the bay, and retreated. By his way to Jaffa, he placed wounded and sick soldiers in the monastery. They died during the massacre perpetrated in the monastery by the soldiers of Al Jazzar - the Arab ruler of Acre, who withstood the siege of Napoleon.