Take a break in the recently created Habimah Square which spreads it's white beauty between the recently renovated National Theatre and the Israel Philharmonic Hall currently undergoing restoration...the white expanse is highlighted by a famous sculpture and a crowned by a great shade tree surrounded by benches and seats. There's a reflecting pool (careful, it's not a mirage and it looks as if anyone could mistakenly fall in) but the best part is a sunken garden of benches surrounding a variety of flora...and when you are done there you can wander into either a cafe restaurant on the grounds or further on to the Helena Rubinstein wing of the Tel Aviv Museum and its adjoining garden also recently updated--all in the same complex. Another of Tel Aviv's delights.
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