Dizengoff Square in downtown Tel Aviv is named for Zena Dizengoff, the wife of Meir Dizengoff, Tel Aviv's first mayor. The square is on Dizengoff Street, one of the most famous streets in Tel Aviv. In fact, strolling up and down Dizengoff Street is so popular that there is a Hebrew verb for doing just that: l'hizdangef. On a raised walkway above Dizengoff Street in Tel Aviv sits the Fire and Water fountain by artist Yaacov Agam. The fountain, painted in a bright rainbow design, streams water, shoots fire and plays music as it rotates.