sarah小piuAncient City of Acre
English is Akko or Acre, Google translates as Akri, but most translations are Akko. The ancient city of Acre has towering earth walls and deep trenches. Both the church bell tower and the underground passage attract tourists from all over the world. It was included in the World Cultural Heritage List in 2001.
Akha is located 23 kilometers north of Haifa. It has been the main port in Palestine from ancient times to the 19th century. After the development of Haifa, it gradually replaced its position. The transportation from Haifa to Acre is very convenient. It takes about half an hour to get there by train. Then use Google app to search for local transportation. There are different routes of buses to reach. It is very convenient if you have a bus card. Pay attention to the different closing times of various attractions in the ancient city, so try not to arrive too late.
Akha has a long and complex history. The ancient city once contained the main prison in Palestine. In 1948, Jews easily controlled this place and expelled about three-quarters of the Arabs from Akha. Now Akha is also a mixed religion. About 70% of the residents of the city are Jewish and 30% of the residents are Arabs, but the residents living in the ancient city of Acre are basically Arabs.
After arriving at the visitor center, visitors can choose different attractions to buy tickets, and there are also different options for package tickets. Personally, the must-visit attractions are the city wall, the knight's hall and the temple tunnel. Some architects once said that the ancient city of Akha has palace-style mansions, ordinary residential houses, and many public buildings and small workshops. They look crowded together, but they all have detailed planning. Their style and height are unified. Yes, the criss-crossing of alleys has been carefully designed, so you can only feel the excitement of the ancient city of Acre only if your parents and children are here.
狮子国女王Mount Carmel-a mountain range located in northern Israel. This beautiful mountain range facing the Mediterranean Sea is mentioned in the Bible. There have been battles between sects in history. There is the Elijah Memorial Hall on the top of the mountain. Mount Carmel is in many places. It is considered a sacred mountain in religion, and it represents the role of world heritage.
sarah小piuThe gate below the Bahá’í Gardens is facing Ben Gurion Street. There are beautiful restaurants and coffee shops on both sides of the street. If you look closely, you will find many signs in German. Yes, it was established in 1868. German expatriate area. At the end of the 19th century, Protestants from southwestern Germany came here. They tried to speed up the coming of Christ. Known as the "templars", they established diaspora areas in Palestine, and also introduced a lot of new technology and agriculture. The idea spread to the local. However, in 1939, the British detained them as citizens of enemy countries, and later joined the Nazis, but most of them fled to Australia. Today's German Diaspora is the best restaurant area in Haifa. Looking up at the Bahá'í Gardens and overlooking the ship pier, the scenery is still very good.
arlabelraOnly when I came to the church of the Annunciation built on the site of the Virgin Mary’s home, I learned that Jesus had spread Judaism instead of Christianity throughout his life. The image of the Virgin presented by China is entirely the Guanyin of the Chinese child, South Korea is a Korean costume, and Japan is a traditional Japanese costume [smile]. It was raining, and a tear was caught on the statue of the Virgin at the door.
The Bahai Gardens in Haifa are some of the most magnificent and impressive landmarks in Israel. The Bahá’í Faith is a monotheistic religion which emphasizes the spiritual unity of all humankind and originated in 19th-century Persia. The Garden Terraces of the Bahá’í Faith are located all around Israel, however the garden terraces around the Shrine of the Bábon Mount Carmel in Haifa are some of the most visited. The gardens comprise of a staircase of nineteen terraces extending all the way up the northern slope of Mount Carmel. The golden-domed Shrine of the Báb, the resting place of the Prophet-Herald of the Bahá’í Faith, stands on the central terrace, looking across the bay towards ‘Akko.
Inner Gardens – Daily, 9am-12pm
Outer Gardens- Daily, 9am-5pm
If you never been to Haifa, Israel yet... it’s about the time :)
A sunny day from Carmel Mountain.
Not far from there you can find really nice parks and restaurants.
Highly recommend :)
In Israel, there is a city that is the holy place of the Bah' religion, Haifa. Haifa is Israel's third largest city and Israel's largest port city. This seaside city has a garden that makes it famous in the world - the Bah' Step Garden, also known as the Sky Garden, is not the Seven Wonders but is like the Seven Wonders. The garden is located on Mount Carmel, which is famous for its Mountain of God. The whole garden is built on the mountain. It looks neat and stylish. It stretches from the foot of the mountain to the top of the mountain. The vertical height is about 225 meters and the maximum slope is about 63 degrees. The center of the garden is a dome-shaped building. The golden dome shines in the sunlight, like a bright pearl. The lower part is a milky white temple. It is sacred and solemn. This is the famous Bashu mausoleum. The garden has a total of 18 different heights, but the perfectly symmetrical step garden, the central axis of the garden is a white marble ladder, along which the central axis can go to other levels. Although it is a religious garden, there is no alienation, but it is a bit more intimate.
The Bah' Church is located in Haifa, Israel's third largest city. Backed by the mountain of Carmel, known as the "Mountain of God", facing the Mediterranean Sea, the 19-level giant steps stretched up from the foot of the mountain, with spectacular beauty. When the afterglow of the sunset was thrown at the Bah' Garden, we arrived by car and walked from the wide street below the mountain, getting closer and closer. Behind it is a blue sea. This is an indescribable feeling. It is said that touching is too one-sided. It is not just the beauty that is felt by the eyes. It seems that some dead corners deep in the soul are gradually being activated.
The hotel that lives on the top of the mountain, along the road in the morning on the next morning, quickly walked to the top of the Bah' Garden. The smog in the morning will make the coastline and the sky unclear. Looking from the top of the mountain, the Bah' Garden becomes the "guardian" of the Mediterranean, and tells love words in the distance.
Israel has a "Baha'i Sky Garden" comparable to the Babylonian Hanging Gardens. It is located in the foothills of Carmel in the heart of Haifa City. It faces the Mediterranean Sea and is built on the mountain. It is said that it is the garden, but it is also the youngest belief in the world: the mausoleum of the Bah' pioneering pioneer of the Baha'i. From the site selection in 1891, the project took more than a hundred years to complete in 2001. Although the history of the Bah' Sky Garden building is not long, it was still included in the world culture by UNESCO in 2008. Heritage list.
The whole garden stretches from the top of the mountain to the foot of the mountain for nearly one kilometer. The golden dome in the middle is the Bashu mausoleum. Around the mausoleum, there are nine terraced terrace gardens with beautiful plants and flowers. I love the flowers and plants, strolling in the meantime, completely unable to feel the solemnity of the mausoleum, but the infinite freshness and tranquility.
Visit the Bah' Sky Garden, with three entrances, upper, middle and lower. It is recommended to take a bus to the top of the mountain to enjoy the sky garden, and the blue Mediterranean background in the distance is very spectacular. Going down the steps will make it easier.
The ancient port city of Aka, located in the northern part of Israel and on the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea, has a long and profound history. From the tribal bases 5,000 years ago, Aka was occupied by the Romans, Arabs, Crusaders and Turks. The civilizations of different periods meet here, and the cultures of the East and the West are merged here. When you approach the ancient city, you will find that the history can be superimposed and superimposed: the Aka on the ground presents the Islamic style of the Green Top Mosque and the Arab Market. In the underground, it still retains the castles and secret passages built during the Crusades more than a thousand years ago. It turns out that the ancient city of Aka was the capital of the kingdom established here during the Crusades. After the fall of the Crusaders, Aka became a Muslim-dominated city until now.
Israel travels to beat Haifa's most beautiful Baha'i Sky Garden
# Haifa [Location]# is the northern port city of Israel, 160 km from Tel Aviv and 2 hours drive. The Bahai Gardens, a sacred place for the Bah' sect (Pan Ishii seems to be converted to this sect), was listed by the United Nations as a "World Heritage List" in 2008. The Bah' Garden is a stepped symmetrical structure that extends from the hill to the beach. The
Baha'i Garden is divided into upper, middle and lower sections, with a total of 19 floors (19 months in the Bah' religion, 19 days per month). The lower part is open in two floors and the top is open in two floors. The central part of the open browsing is slightly more.
The garden floor can only see some garden platforms and panoramic views.
Garden top The top of Carmel offers a bird's eye view of the entire garden and the German diaspora in the foothills. Outside the diaspora, there are Jewish and Arab urban buildings, looking far away, the port and coastline are clearly visible. In the middle of the overseas Chinese area, it was divided into two by Ben Gurion Avenue. Ben Gurion is the founding father of Israel, and Tel Aviv Airport is also named after him. In the 19th century, a group of German Knights Templar came to settle here, leaving these European architectures, but they did not expect to be a place for tourists.
If you need to enter, women need clothing that goes through the knees.
After entering Israel, we went straight to Haifa, Israel's third largest city. We chose the first attraction, Haifa, because it is the most beautiful mountain town on the east coast of the Mediterranean. Here Christianity, Islam, Judaism and symbiosis, Arabs and Jews are here. Getting along, it is a rare peaceful home on the war-torn Middle East land. So every year, a lot of tourists like me come to the city, all coming to a Baha'i Sky Garden building. The full name is built by the Datong Temple Garden. It extends from the top of the mountain to the foot of the mountain for a kilometer. It is spectacular and the golden church is the center of the city. The sect here is the Bah' religion and, of course, the headquarters of the Bah' religion. Since we are not a believer who cannot visit, we can only stand on a high point.
This recreates the Babylonian Hanging Gardens, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancients. Of course that really remains in Iraq
The Haifa Sky Garden Center is the Mausoleum of the Bayu, and the golden hemispherical dome is located on the 40-meter-high milky white temple. It shines in the sunlight, like a bright pearl. The symmetrical and tidy Bah' Gardens are filled with a strong Persian style.
A ladder made of white marble is located on the central axis of the garden, like a jade belt moving through the green carpets stacked on the garden floor, while the trees, pools, flower pots, sculptures and other landscapes along the line are Symmetrically distributed on both sides.
Along the jade belt all the way down, through the Haifa block, the central axis can smoothly extend to the Mediterranean. Freedom in the ancient city, drilling into narrow streets, looking for the imprint of the age, shuttle in the alleys, as if in the ancient Western film fragments, full of unknowns and mysteries. The alleys are shallow and shallow, and the slate under the feet is like the wrinkles on the old man's face. It is filled with gullies and smoothed out, emitting the light of the years.
Say goodbye to the chic and slow-moving Saved, drive to Tel Aviv. Tel Aviv, the capital, lacks the solemnity of Jerusalem but has more freedom and openness. It is considered to be Israel's most international economic center. At the same time, it is characterized by active, modern and cosmopolitanism, and it is recognized as the cultural capital of Israel.