Our Prime Minister Netanyahu is paying a state visit to The Netherlands today and tomorrow.
Jerusalem has a Holland Square.
According to photographs in a Harvard archive it was built in the mid 1970s.
A lot--almost everything--has changed since then, and the big tree is probably the only original survivor of how Holland Square used to be.
Many lanes have been added to the once-narrow Herzl Boulevard.
Parallel to the street, the light rail was just last year completed.
The Calder stabile, installed in the old Holland Square in 1977, had to be dismantled and moved while underground parking for the tram was being built.
Now it is back in place, again with a panoramic view of the Jerusalem Hills, but now sharing the top of Mt. Herzl with the final station of the tram.