Life Tree In Bahrain - The Most Lonely Tree In The World

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Life Tree In Bahrain - The Most Lonely Tree In The World

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In the desert of Bahrain where there are neither superficial, nor soil sources of water, absolutely inexplicably already 400 years the lonely tree of an acacia called by locals Shajarat al-Hayah that in translation means "A life tree" grows.

 

According to bible legends, in Bahrain paradise gardens of the Eden therefore many call a life Tree a tree from Eden gardens settled down.

 

The lonely acacia became the main sight of Bahrain, pulls tourists to feel participation in a secret and to touch a symbol of survival and a victory over circumstances.

 

Scientists tried to solve a secret of viability of a wonderful tree more than once. According to one version, there is an underground river feeding roots, but nobody managed to find her still. There is a flimsy theory that the tree is fed with moisture by special bacteria which get her nearly from sand.

 

 

Life tree in Bahrain - the most lonely tree in the world

 

 

Others consider that roots leave very deeply under the earth where reach unknown sources of water. And bedouins are sure that the tree grows from blessing of mystical god of Enki water.

 

 

Life tree in Bahrain - the most lonely tree in the world

 

 

Anyway, but all this assumptions... There is no solution, and the tree continues to grow.

 

 

Life tree in Bahrain - the most lonely tree in the world

 

 

 

Life tree in Bahrain - the most lonely tree in the world

 

 

That to reach Derev lives, it is necessary to go to a car on the desert, observing here such landscapes:

 

 

Life tree in Bahrain - the most lonely tree in the world

 

 

 

Life tree in Bahrain - the most lonely tree in the world

 

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