A central square in the city of Tel Aviv, named after Zina Dizengoff, the wife of the first mayor: Meir Dizengoff.
The square was inaugurated in 1938. In 1976 the square was raised to allow traffic to pass under it, and in 1986 the statue / fountain "Water and Fire" by the artist Yaakov Agam was placed there.
In 2018, the square was lowered again to the height of the surrounding streets, and the fountain of Yaakov Agam was re-installed, in a different version from the original (which was more colorful).
The square and fountain were photographed that day Click for a larger image Click for a larger image
See a street sign bearing the name of the square Click for a larger image