Museums And Culture
The Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium, originally known as HaGymnasia HaIvrit is a historic high school in Tel Aviv, Israel.
The school was founded in 1905 in Ottoman-controlled Jaffa. The cornerstone-laying for the school's new building on Herzl Street in the Ahuzat Bayit neighborhood of Tel Aviv took place on July 28, 1909.
Gymnasia Herzliya was the country's first Hebrew high school.
The building was designed by Joseph Barsky, inspired by descriptions of Solomon's Temple.