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The Bahá'í Gardens in Haifa

The Bahá'í Gardens in Haifa comprise a staircase of nineteen terraces extending all the way up the northern slope of Mount Carmel. The geometry of the complex is built around the axis connecting it with the City of 'Akko, which also has great historical and sacred significance for Bahá'ís.

German Colony, Haifa

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Port of Haifa

The Port of Haifa is the largest of Israel's three major international seaports, which include the Port of Ashdod, and the Port of Eilat. It has a natural deep water harbor which operates all year long, and serves both passenger and merchant ships.

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Technion - Israel Institute of Technology ( Hebrew: הטכניון - מכון טכנולוגי לישראל‎) is a public research university in Haifa, Israel. Established in 1912, the Technion is the oldest university in Israel and was the first technical university in the Ottoman Empire.

University of Haifa

The University of Haifa ( Hebrew: אוניברסיטת חיפה‎) ( Arabic: جامعة حيفا‎) is a public research university in Haifa, Israel. The University of Haifa was founded in 1963 by Haifa mayor Abba Hushi, to operate under the academic auspices of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Haifa university is located on Mount Carmel.

Haifa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Haifa ( Hebrew: חֵיפָה , Hebrew pronunciation: , colloquial Hebrew pronunciation: ; Arabic: حيفا‎ ) is the largest city in northern Israel, and the third largest city in the country, with a population of over 272,181. Another 300,000 people live in towns directly adjacent to the city including Daliyat al-Karmel, the Krayot, Nesher, Tirat Carmel, and some Kibbuzim.

Wadi Nisnas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wadi Nisnas ( Arabic: وادي النسناس‎) is an Arab neighborhood in the city of Haifa in northern Israel. Nisnas is the Arabic word for mongoose, an indigenous animal. The wadi has a population of about 8,000 inhabitants.

Ein Hod

Ein Hod ( Hebrew: עֵין הוֹד) is a communal settlement in northern Israel. Located south of Mount Carmel and southeast of Haifa in northern Israel, it falls under the jurisdiction of Hof HaCarmel Regional Council. In 2008 it had a population of 559.

Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art

The Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art is a museum on the crest of Mount Carmel, in Haifa, Israel, dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of Japanese art. It is the only such museum in the Middle East. It was established in 1959 on the initiative of Felix Tikotin of the Netherlands, and Abba Hushi, then mayor of Haifa.

Emmanuel Mane-Katz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Emmanuel Mané-Katz, ( Hebrew: מאנה‏ כץ ‏) born Mane Leyzerovich Kats (1894-1962), was a Jewish painter born in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, best known for his depictions of the Jewish shtetl in Eastern Europe.

Haifa Museum of Art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Haifa Museum of Art ( Hebrew: מוזיאון חיפה לאמנות‎) ( Arabic: متحف حيفا للفنون‎), established in 1951, is located in a historic building built in the 1930s in Wadi Nisnas, Downtown Haifa. The museum focuses on Israeli and international contemporary art, and its collection includes 7,000 items, mostly of contemporary Israeli art.

Israeli National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum ( Hebrew: המוזיאון הימי הלאומי‎, HaMuze'on HaYami HaLe'umi) ( Arabic: المتحف البحري الوطني‎) is a maritime and Archaeological museum in Haifa, Israel. The museum was founded in 1953, based on the private collection of its founder and first director, Aryeh Ben- Eli.

Tel Afek

Tel Afek, ( Hebrew: תל אפק‎), also spelled Aphek and Afeq, is an archaeological site located in the coastal hinterland of the Ein Afek Nature Reserve, east of Kiryat Bialik, Israel. It is also known as Tel Kurdani.

Reuben Hecht - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Reuben R. Hecht (15 August 1909 - 14 April 1993) was an Israeli industrialist. He was the founder of the Hecht Museum. In 1984, he was awarded the Israel Prize for Exemplary Lifetime Service to the Society and State.

Israel Railway Museum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The museum features the railway history of Israel, its predecessor states and neighbouring countries back to 1892. The location itself is an attraction, as it was the shed for the Jezreel Valley branch of the former Hejaz Railway.