Tzur Natan

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Tzur Natan
צוּר נָתָן
Tzur Natan is located in Israel
Tzur Natan
Tzur Natan
Coordinates: 32°14′24.72″N 35°0′42.11″E / 32.2402000°N 35.0116972°E / 32.2402000; 35.0116972Coordinates: 32°14′24.72″N 35°0′42.11″E / 32.2402000°N 35.0116972°E / 32.2402000; 35.0116972
Council Drom HaSharon
Region Sharon Plain
Affiliation Mishkei Herut Beitar
Founded 1966
Founded by Nahal

Tzur Natan (Hebrew: צוּר נָתָן, lit. Rock of Nathan) is a Moshav shitufi in central Israel, in western Samaria.[1] It is located on a hilltop, 170 m above sea level, on a ridge in the foothills of the Samaritan Hills.[2] Located to the south of Tayibe, it falls under the jurisdiction of Drom HaSharon Regional Council. In 2006 it had a population of 237.

The moshav was founded in 1966 as a Nahal settlement by Hashomer Hatzair members, and was named after Nathan Simons. It was civilianised a year later by former members of the Beitar youth group.

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