Migdal Afek (Hebrew: מגדל אפק), also Migdal Tsedek (Hebrew: מגדל צדק), is a national park near Rosh HaAyin, Israel. On the site are the ruins of Mirabel, a Crusader castle. Before the establishment of the state, the Palestinian Arab village of Majdal Yaba was located in this area. Jewish pioneers also built a quarry in the area.
Migdal Tsedek means "Tower of Justice" in Hebrew.
Migdal Afek is located at the southeastern edge of Rosh HaAyin.
Migdal Afek or Migdal Tsedek is the Hebrew name of a white Ottoman-era building, which stands at the site of a fortress used by the Jewish rebels who fought the Romans in 66-70 CE, built over first in the Byzantine, and again in the Crusader period. Inside the structure, a Byzantine door topped by a lintel bearing a Greek inscription still survives.
- Vassals of the Kingdom of Jerusalem of the Crusader period
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