Kikar Levana is an environmental sculpture that sits atop a small hill, at the Edith Wolfson Park, in Tel Aviv (Israel).
The sculpture’s name means White Square and perhaps alludes to the city’s nickname, the White City.
The sculpture was created by Dani Karavan.
This sculpture spans an area of 30 x 50 meters. It features many of the elements that are familiar in Karavan’s other works, a pyramid, a water channel, a tower (with wind flutes), and a dome with an olive tree in its center.