Hi, welcome to Haifa! My name is Tony Raichler
and I am very happy to show you my home town, one of the most beautiful cities in Israel.
Let’s see it! Haifa is very charming. Because on one hand you have a modern city, right at the border of the Mediterranean Sea, big buildings, and industry. But on the other hand, it’s a cosy, chill place,
where you find people relaxing and enjoying the atmosphere like me. Welcome to The German Colony. This place was
established in 1869 by German Templers. The German Templers was a group of religious
people that came from the south of Germany. And you can still find a lot of historical places
of the German heritage here in Haifa. This is one of the German houses:
“Der Geist und die Braut spricht komm Herr Jesu”. I don’t know what it says,
but I know that it became a post office! “Dein Reich komme!” I think it means the kingdom of the Lord is coming. This is the most important religious and
tourist place here in Haifa. It’s called the Baháʼí Gardens.
The Baháʼí Gardens are the center of the Baháʼí Faith and it was recognized as a heritage
place of the UNESCO. Look at this!
Isn’t it the best view of Haifa? From the Bahai Gardens you can see all the
port of Haifa, you can see the ships. If you look over there, the Acre city. In my opinion it’s the best view of Haifa This is the Shrine of the Báb.
The Báb was founder of the Baháʼí Faith. My next stop in my tour through Haifa is Wadi Nisnas. Wadi Nisnas is a neighbourhood, very colourful,
where Jews, Muslims and Christians live together to prove that coexistence exists in Israel.
Let’s visit it! This is a very typical Arab place.
And we have here the Baklava. The Baklava is based on pistaccio,
cashew and also nuts. Let’s try it! It’s good! For our last stop I would like to take you to a beautiful beach in Haifa. Come on! Aah, it’s cold! With this nice refreshment I want to say goodbye.
It was a very nice day See you next time in Haifa!