Beit Ta’mir is a small village in the Bethlehem governorate, connected to Za’atara in the east and Teqoa to the south. Buildings are sparse, instead olive groves dominate the landscape, spreading out from the green valley it centres around.
The few homes that there are, are spread across the two peaks and the valley in between. The remains of an Old Town can be spotted in and amongst the olive groves. There are only around 200 families making up the entire population of Beit Ta’mir.
Population: 1,129 (2007)