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Tourism in Haifa

In 2005, Haifa had 13 hotels with a total of 1,462 rooms. The city has 17 kilometres (11 mi) of beaches, 5 kilometres (3 mi).Haifa’s main tourist attraction is the Bahá’í World Centre, with the golden-domed Shrine of the Báb and the surrounding gardens. Between 2005 and 2006, 86,037 visited the shrine. In 2008, the Bahai gardens were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The restored German Colony, founded by the Templers, Stella Maris and Elijah’s Cave also draw many tourists.
Located in the Haifa district are the Ein Hod artists’ colony, where over 90 artists and craftsmen have studios and exhibitions,and the Mount Carmel national park, with caves where Neanderthal and early Homo Sapiens remains were found.

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Haifa’s Majestic Bahai Gardens – A UNESCO World Heritage Sit


The Bahai Gardens — one of Israel’s most beautiful and defining landmarks located in the northern city of Haifa was recently included in the prestigious list of World Heritage Sites by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The declaration, which took place in Quebec, Canada and included 26 other sites around the world, was welcomed in Israel where many hope it would help promote tourism and raise awareness about the Bahai religion throughout the world. Recent statistics show that just during the last year over 600,000 people visited the majestic gardens which decorate Mount Carmel from its base to its top. The Bahai religion is one of the lesser known of the holy lands many


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