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Its water supply came from the adjacent Ein Tzur spring, enabling the residents of the Horvat 'Aleq site to bathe in hot water.
The structure is divided into four long, consecutive rooms.
Points of interest: Ein Tzur, a spring that flows year round through a tunnel that was hewn in the rock; a shaded brook; observation points overlooking vistas of Hanadiv Valley and the hills of Samaria; prehistoric agricultural areas (reconstructed); an ancient bath house; a rich archaeological complex; and the remains of a farmhouse from the Ottoman period.
From the trailhead, the trail marked in blue turns slightly left towards the southeast, crosses a dirt road, and enters a low scrubland .
Emerging from the thickets, the trail pauses at a stunning panorama of Hanadiv Valley and the Samarian hills (Station #1).
Dense clumps of water parsley (Apium nodiflorum), a relative of cultivated celery, are growing here among the other aquatic plants.
In the past Israel had many wetlands, breeding grounds for amphibians such as common tree frogs (Hyla savignyi), marsh frogs (Rana ridibunda), and green toads (Bufo viridis).
When Beit Khouri was established above the archaeological site (approximately 1880), the Ein Tzur reservoir was moved to a new pool built of stone, west of the Roman pool, and its water was pumped up the hill to the farmhouse.
In 1939, a group of young Jews from the Betar youth movement founded a small 'stockade and tower' settlement on the hilltop east of the spring, which they named Tel Tzur Hahadasha (the New Tel Tzur).