Another interesting place for a day trip is the Haifa Zoo and Botanical Garden where visitors can enjoy the scenic surroundings comprising of blooming flowers and exotic plant species. Also housed here are some native animal species.
The Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art, found ... More by a known collector of Japanese art, Felix Tikotin, is a storehouse displaying ancient as well as contemporary Japanese art.
The largest park in Israel, the Carmel Park, features evergreen Mediterranean plants like the pine, oak and cypress. It receives the most rainfall in Haifa. The park is a famous camping destination and is ideal for leisurely strolls.
Characterised by a Mediterranean climate, Haifa’s seasons are overall mild in nature. Summers are hot and dry while winters are cool and receive light precipitation. Monsoons arrive in October and stay till April. Snow is a rare occurrence.
Haifa was known as Sycaminum and was a major industrial port in ancient ... More times. Today, it houses two major oil refineries of the country. The petrochemical industry is the main industry of the city.
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