The east facet of the lattice structure at the west end of the main prayer hall holds eight panels depicting holy places and cities in the Land of Israel. The four panels on the left side of this east-facing facet depict (from right to left):
1. The Western Wall in Jerusalem. The image includes a narrow passageway and a door in one of two adjoining walls.
The Western Wall
2. A synagogue in Tel Aviv. The building is depicted as a Constructivist edifice surmounted by a red dome, with a 7-branched menorah in front of the dome.
ביהכ"נ בתל אביב
Synagogue in Tel Aviv
3. The city of Bnei Brak, with two-story houses topped by red roofs arranged alongside a road. A tall palm tree rises high above the houses in the foreground.
4. The tomb of Absalom in the shape of a stepped ziggurat with several arches in its lower section and topped by a red onion dome.
Holy and other places in the Land of Israel | Cities | Bene Berak בני ברק
Jerusalem | Sites in Jerusalem: | Western Wall (Kotel) הכותל המערבי
Holy and other places in the Land of Israel | Cities | Tel Aviv | Synagogue in Tel Aviv