Point number 3 in the history of Gedera as depicted on the wall at the southern entrance of the town.
A year after the Bilus came to Gedera, and after the stable built by the residents of the colony without a license and destroyed by the Turkish authorities, the settlers dug a pit and covered it in the roof, so that it could not be demolished (a building has a roof could not be demolished).
In the pit lived both the settlers and their horses.
The following picture (from which the sign was taken) shows the location of the sign on the wall Click for a larger image
The pit is also defined as a heritage site Click for sign's details
The following photo taken that day shows the "pit" area Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
Erection of the Bilus pit