The Baha'i religion is a relatively new faith in the world. The Baha'i headquarters is in Haifa, Israel, and is known for the temple that sits on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. The terms "Bahai faith" and "Bahai religion" are both correct terminology. "Bahai faith" is the term most associated with the worldview and convictions of Bahai's adherents, while "Bahai religion" is the term most used when referring to the community's organization, institutions, and religious requirements. The Baha'i religion also has important symbols, such as the Ringstone.