Ramat Begin

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Ramat Begin is a neighborhood in the city of Haifa, Israel, named after Menachem Begin.

This upper-medium class neighbourhood is located south to Ahuza, on the western part of Mount Carmel. Its main streets are Watson St., Ider St. and Soroka St.

Public institutions located there include Nofim Elementary School, the Maimonides Study Center and the Ohel Bracha Synagogue.

At the southwest corner of the neighborhood, one finds a footpath leading up to a hill known to at least two generations of locals as Givat haIzim ("Goat's Hill"), and then downhill through a wadi, ending up at the Mediterranean coast just south of Haifa. Strolling through Givat haIzim is a favorite pastime of residents on shabbat, especially in the fall and spring. Developers are threatening to build there.

Due to its location on the western slope of Carmel Ridge, Ramat Begin enjoys a constant breeze of fresh air, and a wide view westward to the Mediterranean Sea.

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