The pavilion of the Land of Israel Committee was preceded by a small curved patio set against a stained-glass façade and consisted of four rooms.
The first, which contained documents on the political and social structure of the Jewish homeland of Palestine, was named after Lord Balfour, the second, on economic development, after Dizengoff, the founder of Tel Aviv.
The third room (Agriculture and Industry) and the fourth (Intellectual Life and Technical Research) were linked to the memories of Baron Edouard de Rothschild and the poet C.N Bialik.
In the eastern courtyard, a kiosk for tourism.
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