National Evangelical Church Garden
|Landscape Architect||Mohammad Halawi (Lebanon)|
|Area||1,036 sq m|
|Flora||Olea europaea, Cupressus sempervirens, Brahea armata, Bougainvillea spectabilis, Rosa Spp., Raphiolepis indica, Dasylirion longissimum, Agapanthus africanus, Rhyncospermum Jasminoidis, Salvia leucantha, Kunzea ambigua, Hedera helix micro, Wedelia trilobata, Sod mix: Stenotaphrum secundatum, Fesctuca, Poa pratensis, Kikuyu|
Located between the National Evangelical Church and the National Music Conservatory, it represents an escape to the musicians who use it during their rehearsal breaks.
It is characterized by its serpentine flag stone path, its stone and wrought iron benches shaded by specimen olive trees.