Tur'an is a local council in the Northern District of Israel. It is positioned at the foot of Mount Tur'an and the Tur'an Valley, near the principle road from Haifa to Tiberias, and about 7 kilometres north of Nazareth. In 2017 it had a population of 13,703 are predominantly Arab citizens of Israel, of whom 88.5% are Muslim and 11.5% Christian. Pottery and building stays from the Iron Age had been excavated within the village. Apparently Tur'an was at that point surrounded by way of a metropolis wall. Apparently it changed into of a tremendous length in the overdue tenth to the mid-9th centuries BCE.
The Palestine Exploration Fund's Survey of Western Palestine determined caves and rock-reduce cisterns in the village, which they mentioned seemed to be an ancient web site. The village changed into recognised in the Roman and Byzantine periods as Tir'an. It turned into a Jewish village whose population probably converted to Islam by way of the cease of the early Islamic Arab length in Palestine. Pottery from the early Islamic, and Mamluk have also been excavated, collectively with building remains from the same length.
Currency: New Shekels - ILS Pincode of Tur'an: 1029200 Language : Hebrew, Arabic Weather: Summer 21°C to 39°C Winter 9°C to 25°C