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The Italian Cultural Institute in Haifa is housed in a two storey property located in the heart of Haifa’s German Colony. The structure, owned by the Custody of the Holy Land and previously used as a hospital, is a typical 1920s stone building, which still retains its original floorings.

On the first floor, the “noble” floor, are located a multipurpose hall which is used for shows, concerts, lectures, exhibitions and film screenings; the Institute library; a small kitchen; the administrative office; the director’s office and two classrooms furnished with modern equipment, and colourful, comfortable single-seat desks.

Two very spacious classrooms, also furnished with modern equipment and single-seat desks, occupy the mezzanine floor, along with the courses secretariat and a second small service kitchen.

A small reading corner has been arrenged in the entrance to the Institute on the ground floor.