Friday, June 17, 2022

Kikar Dizengoff, Israel

The square, named after Tzina, the wife of Meir Dizengoff, has been one of the hotspots in Tel Aviv since 1934. In the 1970s, the square was redesigned in a two-level format, with a pedestrian bridge and a colorful fountain designed by renowned Israeli artist Yaakov Agam. Standing in the center. On Tuesdays and Fridays, there is a bustling flea market in Dizengoff Square.

A YouTube video showing a Virtual Tour on Kikar Dizengoff:

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