This is definitely one of my (and my family's) favourite places in TA. Not that much during daytime, but at night it looks and feels fantastic. The sunken garden is very special. And the brightly lighted interiors of the Theater look awesome from outside!
It adds a lot to an impression if you know a little about the HaBima history - especially about the life, work and death of it's outatsnding famous founder Solomon Mihoels, who was killed by Soviet KGB in 1948. The pictures portraying him in his different roles are clearly visible thru the Theater glass walls at night.
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