Haifa’s uniqueness is that it’s built on the mounts overlooking the sea this is the more modern Jewish area. This area as the whole of Haifa is very green and filled with the mountain’s trees and well kept public gardens. On the lower part of Haifa towards the markets and its port are populated also by Arabs and have a much older style and architecture, stone houses and narrow streets. Haifa is a multicultural city with holding the Northern Area’s largest port is definitely worth a visit.
The German colony in Haifa was built by the German templar's in 1868. The German colony was the first example of urban design in Israel.
Wadi Nisnas is the name of a neighborhood on the lower part of Haifa city. Its boundaries are Zionut Blvd on the west, Shabtai street on the south and Yud,Lamed Peretz street on the east.
The 29 bronze sculptures in the garden are masterpieces created and presented to the city of Haifa by the sculptor Ursula Malbin. The garden overlooks the bay area and Galilee landscape. This is truly a delightful corner that combines both ...