A young Israeli woman meditates in the Sunken Garden next to the Habima national theater in Tel Aviv, May 14, 2012.
Amidst the chaotic streetscape stands the Habima National Theater, located at the junction of Rothschild and Ben Tsiyon Streets in Tel Aviv. The courtyard (aka the New Culture Square), which is still under construction, features a gorgeous sunken garden which captivates the imagination. Designed by Israeli sculptor Dani Karavan, the garden dances between the lines of formal and whimsical design.
(From Jeffrey Erb’s “Erbology”)
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