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The title of this article is conjecture. Although canon, no official name for the subject of this article has been given.
Acre Citadel was a huge fortress located in the southern rich district of Acre and also the main residence of Richard I of England during the Third Crusade.
The citadel was secured by huge walls and operated similar to a small town within itself. It contained the quarters of
William of Montferrat, a Templar, who governed the area whilst Richard was absent fighting the Saracens.
During 1191, the
Assassin Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad infiltrated the heavily guarded fortress and assassinated William.
A couple of years later, Altaïr and
Maria Thorpe met atop of the citadel's tower, where they made love and subsequently conceived a son.
A view point is located atop the main tower of the citadel.
King Richard in front of the citadel