The Garden of Ridván
The Garden of Ridván (lit. garden of paradise) is a Bahá'í holy place situated just outside Akká within modern Israel. Originally known as the 'garden of Na‘mayn', it was rented by `Abdu'l-Bahá for Bahá'u'lláh where he enjoyed spending the later part of his life, after years in a desolate prison cell. Although it shares the same name, it does not have the same significance of the Garden of Ridván, Baghdad. (But since they are both situated on a natural island, there is some parallel between the two.) During the 1930s and 1940s the island setting of the garden disappeared, as a result of a draining project against malaria. In 2010 a 3 year restoration and conservation project of the garden and the original water canals surrounding it was completed, after which the Ridván Garden, referred to by Bahá'u'lláh as 'Our Verdant Isle', became an island once again.
Below is a page from a calendar which shows the fountain in the small Ridvan garden outside of Akká .