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This is the central entrance to the historic building of the monastery. It was built in just 10 years at the end of the 19th century. The central courtyard was equipped with an underground casemate for collecting and storing water. On the second floor cells were located. Special importance was given to rooms for communication and conversations. The inner colonnade was intended for walks and meditations. During the First World War, the Turks deported the nuns of the monastery to France, as subjects of a hostile state. The German expeditionary forces were in the premises for some time, and later the nuns returned to English Palestine. With the development of Haifa as an English port and naval base, the building became of interest to the British, and, by agreement with the monastery, a convent was built on top of the mountain to this day, and the historic building became part of the Rambam complex. Translated with Google Translate


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From the Rambam Hospital, through the Zauara Monastery, the beaches of Bat Galim and the famous “Casino”, the Samsonovs house and the Abu Zayed fish restaurant Translated with Google Translate

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