A good place to explore is the Lower Town area, where you can see interesting modern buildings and ancient structures. A true piece of modern architecture is the Sail skyscraper; its height is more than 134 meters. The name of the construction speaks for itself, as the outline of a spectacular skyscraper really looks like a sail.
Next to it there is the Muslim cemetery and a mosque founded in the era of the Ottoman Empire. Among other attractions of the Lower City, the Railroad Museum with a rich and rewarding collection is worth mentioning. One of the most interesting sights is Adar.
Its permanent symbol is Technion, the awesome Institute of Technology opened in 1912. There is also the Haifa Museum of Art, which collection includes more than 7,000 exhibits in the district. It is situated in the important historic building of the early 20th century. Fans of theater would be interested in visiting the local theater and hikers would enjoy the Gan Hapsalim park.
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