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Ein Zarqa
13 March 2012

Ein Zarqa is a natural spring that lies at the one end of the Nabi Ghaith trail and the Natuf Valley. The spring water is fresh and drinkable and often tested by the Palestinian water authorities. The site is surrounded by large trees that provide a shaded refuge after a 2-3 hour walk from Maqam

Ein at-Tineh
13 March 2012

   Ein at-Tineh is a natural spring half way down the trail from Maqam Nabi Ghaith. The area is surrounded by farms, Roman water canals and Ottoman water mills. Additionally you may be able to find the stone burning oven known as Kubbara or Lattoun nearby. Radwan, the farmer who takes care

Ein Aiyoub
23 February 2012

Local legend says that the Prophet Ayoub (Job) bathed here in the water springs, and was cured of an unnamed illness. The ruins around the spring stretch back as far as the Hellenistic period.

Ein Fatima
23 February 2012

Ein Fatima is a natural spring that lies at one end of the Wadi Natuf. In the 1920s the archaeologist Dorothy Garrod excavated the Shuqba cave in this valley, finding evidence of a Mesolithic culture that existed here between about 12,500 B.C.E. and 9,500 B.C.E. Among the finds were the bones of

08 January 2012

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