Dizengoff Square as it is expected to look when works are finished Meged Gozani

Tel Aviv's High-profile Renovation of Dizengoff Square Nears Completion, but Pedestrians Still Left in Lurch

The revamped iconic site, adorned with the famed Yaacov Agam fountain, showcases the architecture of the surrounding historical buildings and is good for business – but less so for passersby

In one of their first lessons in architecture school, students learn the difference between a town square and a traffic circle. A real town square is a piazza or plaza – a space for pedestrians to gather,...

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