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Haifa 2019

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Top places of interest

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Rambam Health Care Campus

Rambam Health Care Campus commonly called Rambam Hospital, is a hospital in the Bat Galim neighborhood of Haifa, Israel founded in 1938, 10 years before the establishment of the State of Israel. It is the largest medical center in northern Israel an...

Lev HaMifratz Mall

Lev HaMifratz Mall, officially branded Cinemall, is a shopping mall located in Haifa, Israel. Lev HaMifratz has three floors of stores, a food court, an underground parking garage, and an above ground parking garage. In the past, it included an amus...

IEC Tower

At 130 meters in height and at 30 floors is the second tallest building in the city and the thirteenth tallest in Israel. Completed in 2003,[1] the IEC Tower was designed by Rozov-Hirsch Architects and Mansfeld Kehat Architects and is the tallest build...

Hebrew Reali School

The Reali school was established by Arthur Biram on behalf of EZRA, a German Jewish organization, and in close connection with the Technion in 1913, before the outbreak of World War I. The fundamental values of the school are Zionism, humanism, toleran...

Haifa Lee Breakwater Light

Haifa Lee Breakwater Light is a lighthouse in Haifa, Israel. It is located at the end of the quay serving as the inner breakwater of the Port of Haifa. Until 2007 the light was located on top of a 31 feet (9 m) white square concrete harbor control t...

Haifa Cinematheque

Haifa Cinematheque was established by Lia Van Leer in the early 1950s together with her husband Wim. Initially the Van Leers held cinema evenings in their home and then opened the Film Club at Rothschild House (now Beit Hecht) on the Carmel. The Cin...

Grand Canyon (mall)

The Grand Canyon is the largest shopping mall in northern Israel, located in the northern city of Haifa. It features 220 stores, including of which approximately 80% are chain stores. Inside the mall there is also a 4000 m2 spa, and a children's amu...

Tel Afek

el Afek, 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.

The Solar Garden

The Solar Garden is an idealistic center in Binyamina, Israel, approximately 40 kilometers south of Haifa on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. The center focuses mainly on solar energy (hence the name) and other alternative sources of energy power. F...

Pardes Hanna Agricultural High School

The school was established originally for the children of farmers from Pardes Hanna-Karkur and the vicinity, but soon it attracted students from farming families all over Israel. The school also operated a boarding school on the grounds. In 2003 the...

Orot Rabin

Construction of the station began in 1973 and block 1 (steam boiler, turbine and generator units 1-4) began operating in stages between 1981 and 1984. A second generation block (boiler, turbine and generator units 5-6) came online in 1996. A coal port ...

Oranim Academic College

Oranim is a teacher training college in northern Israel. The college was founded in 1951 by the United Kibbutz Movement and the site had a population of 182 in 2016. It was named after the small forest of pine trees in the area. It trains kindergarten,...

Zevulun Regional Council

Zevulun Regional Council is a regional council in the Haifa District of Israel. Founded in 1950, it had a population of 10,900 in 2006. The council borders Mateh Asher Regional Council to the north, Jezreel Valley Regional Council and Shefa-'Amr to ...

Zikhron Ya'akov

Zikhron Ya'akov is a town in Israel, 35 kilometres (22 mi) south of Haifa, and part of the Haifa District. It is located at the southern end of the Carmel mountain range overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, near the coastal highway (Highway 2). It was on...

Hadera

Hadera was founded in 1891, in the early days of modern Zionism by Jewish immigrants from Lithuania and Latvia on land purchased by Yehoshua Hankin, known as the Redeemer of the Valley. The land was purchased from a Christian effendi, Selim Khuri. This...

Haifa metropolitan area

The Haifa metropolitan area is a metropolitan area including areas from both the Haifa and the Northern districts of Israel. It is located along the Israeli Mediterranean coastline. The Haifa metropolitan area is the third largest metropolitan area in ...

Harish

Harish was founded as a Nahal settlement in 1982 and converted into a kibbutz in 1985. The kibbutz failed to take off, and was abandoned by its residents in 1993, leaving only a Border Police detachment behind. Subsequently, it lost its kibbutz status ...

Isfiya

Isfiya was built on the ruins of a Byzantine settlement. Crusader remnants have been found in the village. In 1930, remains of a 5th-century Jewish town, Husifah, were unearthed in Isfiya. Among the finds are a synagogue with a mosaic floor bearing Jew...

Jisr az-Zarqa

Jisr az-Zarqa is an Israeli Arab town on Israel's northern Mediterranean coastal plain. Located just north of Caesarea within the Haifa District, it achieved local council status in 1963. According to the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) the town had...

Kiryat Ata

Archeological surveys at Khirbet Sharta in the northeast part of the city revealed traces of habitation dating to the Bronze, Iron, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, and Mamluk eras. Ceramics from the Byzantine era have been found here. In 1283 it was m...

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TOP DESTINATIONS

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PLACES OF INTEREST

364

HOTELS

281

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