Twentieth century architecture. Square looks best at night. Good to sit and have coffee in the cafe.
Situated ib HABIMA square. Beautiful building. Residence of the excellent IPO. Under construction for the moment but never the less you can have a look at it from the outside have a good coffee in the cafe by Habima theater. Convenient parking or better, rent the green bike.
I know the auditorium since its inauguration in 1957 and have regularly attended the concerts of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra since. There is this old story about a german tourist visiting Tel Aviv and flabbergasted by the fact that the auditroium was called after Thomas Mann. The guide explained him that the name comes not from Thomas but from Fredric... More
one of the best places to relax in the afternoon, beautiful at night and great cafe and restaurants, also just behind there is a big bookstore full with art books and the Gallery of Beit Ariella- recommended!
The Mann Auditorium is closed since August 2011 for 2 yeas at least for renovations. The Philharmonic Orchestra is performing mainly in one of the halls of the Tel Aviv university. Some special events are at the Tel Aviv Port. The Building of the Habima theater is finished and functioning. The square and parking between the two are also open... More
Habima Square has undergone a serious face lift. The open air parking lot is replaced by an underground parking with a beutifully designed square above it. There are shaded areas, a sunken garden designed by Dani Karavan and a reflection pool.
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