Kikar Levana

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Dani Karavan


Edith Wolfson Park
Tel Aviv


30 x 50 meters


White concrete, water, and an olive tree



Description White concrete pyramid, a water channel, a tower, and a dome with an olive tree in its center, at the top of a hill surrounded by green
Caption "Kikar Levana is an environmental sculpture that sits atop a small hill, at the Edith Wolfson Park, in Tel Aviv. Work on it began in 1977 and was completed in 1988. The sculpture's name means White Square and perhaps alludes to the city's nickname, the White City. It is located at the highest point in Tel Aviv, where the city meets nearby Givatayim."From: Levana is located at the Edith Wolfson Park. The main entrance to the park is at the intersection of Ha' Tayasim