Pinsteps. Hatzionut Boulevard, Haifa
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Crossing Hatzionut Boulevard, we get a closer view of the golden dome.
Hatzionut (Zionism) was initially called U.N. Boulevard in recognition of the international organization’s decision to establish a Jewish state. The name was changed in 1975 in protest against the General Assembly’s infamous resolution equating Zionism with racism.

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If there’s something frustrating about Haifa (and Jerusalem too, for that matter), it is the issue of bicycles. The bicycle, which in Tel Aviv is considered an efficient means of transportation, simply doesn’t work in a city with all slopes and hills. As for those who claim: “nonsense, a little fitness is good for you,” ask them to pedal up Freud Road. That may be why Haifa’s staircases are such an attraction. Dozens connect upper and lower Haifa, helping residents manoeuvre the city. Ironically, the city began developing from the bottom up, starting with Downtown and the German Colony, via Hadar Hacarmel and the neighbourhoods above it to Central Carmel. The staircases offer scenic vantage points, colourful lanes and hidden spots. Instead of wearing yourself out climbing the stairs, proceed from the top and make your way downtown.

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