The German Colony in Haifa was founded in Haifa in 1868 by a German Christian community who named itself “the Templars”. It was the first of Several communities they established in the Holy Land. During the 1930’s most of its members listed to the Nazi Party and even had Nazi parades. Accordingly during the Second World War the British deported them out of the region.
Today the Colony is known as a popular destination for tourists and local alike, offering a combinations of trendy restaurants, bars, and hotels.
It is also located at the bottom of the famous Bahaian Terraced Gardens .
|The German Colony in Haifa on Wikipedia|
|The German Colony in on Tripadvisor|
|The German Colony in Haifa on Google Maps|
Points of Interest in the Area
|Bahaian Terraced Gardens|
Go for a virtual walk along the “German Colony”