Articles with tag: mount carmel

We spent less than one day in the Israeli city of Haifa. We didn't have enough time to see the local attractions, and I can not say whether I liked this city, although we will remember it for a long time. Let me tell you about this in details in this review. We arrived in this city in the late...
We were going down the terraces of the Bahai Garden -  Terraces of the Bahá'í Faith . Only believers are allowed to go up there. The Baha'i Faith is one of the youngest world religions. It started in 1844 in Iran. The symbol of Baha'i is a nine-pointed star. There's a tomb of Baba on...
Haifa  is the third largest city in Israel and the largest seaport on the slope of  Mount Carmel . The population is about 275,000. The higher the district, the more prestigious. Arabs live in the Lower Town, Hof Shemen is the industrial district, and Carmel is the highest and most...
Flying via helicopter over Israel took several hours, periodically landing in different areas, such as the Jordan River. The helicopter departs from the airport in Tel Aviv and arrives in Caesarea within 15 minutes. By car, the journey would have taken 40 minutes: Circling ...