Edith Wolfson Park & White Square

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Located on top of a hill, the park sits on the border between Tel Aviv and Givatayim. The park was established thanks to the generous donation of Edith Wolfson, the late wife of the late Sir Isaac Wolfson, British philanthropist and businessman. The park is topped by the White Square, an environmental sculpture site reflecting Tel Aviv’s history and scenery, by the Israeli architect, Dani Karavan. Known as Kikar Levana, the sculpture was donated as a gesture to the Founders of the City of Tel Aviv.

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