Pinsteps. Paris square

Paris Square began to be called so in the 50s of the last century, when friendly relations developed between France and Israel. The interests of Israel, France and England converged on the eve of the first Sinai campaign in 1956. The French and British provided the Israeli army with weapons, and the city of Haifa was presented with Carmelite, a funicular underground. Here is its bottom stop. The square is home to the famous Parisian fountain, numerous copies of which were placed in Paris after the city was rebuilt in the second half of the 18th century. These fountains fed the Parisians with water. And in Haifa, the aqueduct appeared together with the British. Before that, water was brought from wells. Translated with Google Translate


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