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Haifa is the largest city in northern Israel, and the third-largest city in the country, built on the slopes of Mount Carmel, has a history dating back to Biblical times.

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  1. 1. Haifa 2009 - Part I: Downtown and the sea
  2. 2. The Bahai Shrine with the Templar Colony in the background
  3. 3. Café in the Templar Colony
  4. 4. The Dagon Grain Silo and the old Railway Station
  5. 5. Cranes in the Port of Haifa
  6. 6. New and old in Downtown Haifa
  7. 7. Old in Downtown Haifa ARABIS CARTIER
  8. 12. Bat Galim
  9. 13. Kiryat Chaim, the Bay of Haifa and Downtown Haifa
  10. 14. The Oil Refinery and Petrochemical Industries
  11. 15. Old windmill, today a chapel, above Elijah’s cave
  12. 16. The Tel Shikmona archeological site and the Oceanographic Institute
  13. 17. Sunset at Dado Beach, in April
  14. 18. Haifa 2009 Mount Carmel
  15. 20. Ahuza neighbourhood
  16. 23. Central Carmel: Ha-Tsvi Avenue
  17. 24. Ha-Broshim Street
  18. 25. Cats guarding the entrance to the Hungarian Consulate
  19. 26. The Russian Church
  20. 27. Stella Maris Carmelite Monastery
  21. 28. Our neighborhood, above the valley of Nahal Siah. Farther to the left is Kababir, the only village of the Ahmadiya Sect in the whole Middle East (next slide) 
  22. 30. Yaffe-Nof Street, facing the Bay of Haifa
  23. 32. Administrative building of the Baha’i World Center
  24. 33. The gate of the upper Baha’i Garden