A mystery baffles its visitors .. He saw a lone tree in the desert of Bahrain more than a century ago

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The “Tree of Life” stands alone in the desert of the Kingdom of Bahrain, and it resists thirst and scarcity of water in its surroundings. This makes some people wonder how it has lasted for a long period of time.

According to the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities, the “Tree of Life” is a living miracle in the heart of the desert. It has lasted for more than 100 years, despite the absence of any water source from which it can feed.

Nature has always been captivated and enchanted by the camera lens of photographer Niranjan Acharya. This prompted him to spot this “mysterious” tree, which offers visual pleasure to all its visitors.

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According to “CNN” in Arabic, Fadel Ahmed, a Bahraini tour guide working with “ToursByLocals” says: “It is locally known as the Tree of Life due to its presence in the arid desert far from people, with no other trees in its vicinity; it is alone, and it is not Any tree of that size is in the same area.

Among the scientific explanations about the persistence of this tree in the middle of the arid desert, the tour guide explained that the roots of the tree extend hundreds of meters under the ground, and there is certainly water, but in a very deep place.

Other explanations say, according to archaeologists: There are many small homes dating back more than 400 years, when water was available. But the place was soon deserted due to the lack of water.

It is considered a descendant of acacia trees, known locally as thistle tree. Where it dates back to the sixteenth century AD.

The tree is visited by many citizens and residents of Bahrain, and many European and American travelers and others who arrive in the country by air or sea ships.

Many bring small water bottles with them to pour water next to the tree.

In an interview by photographer Acharya with the Arabic site, he says: “I want the pictures to speak for themselves!

He added, “There are mysteries all around us, but if you have a chance to see one mystery, it is certain that the Tree of Life should be on your list .. and the tree is surrounded by remnants of human settlements believed to be over 500 years old. In 2009 the tree was nominated to be.” Within the New Seven Wonders of the World. “




A mystery baffles its visitors … See a lone tree in the desert of Bahrain for more than a century

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The “Tree of Life” stands alone in the desert of the Kingdom of Bahrain, and it resists thirst and scarcity of water in its surroundings. This makes some people wonder how it has lasted for a long period of time.

According to the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities, the “Tree of Life” is a living miracle in the heart of the desert. It has lasted for more than 100 years, despite the absence of any water source from which it can feed.

Nature has always been captivated and enchanted by the camera lens of photographer Niranjan Acharya. This prompted him to spot this “mysterious” tree, which offers visual pleasure to all its visitors.

reason of calling

According to “CNN” in Arabic, Fadel Ahmed, a Bahraini tour guide working with “ToursByLocals” says: “It is locally known as the Tree of Life due to its presence in the arid desert far from people, with no other trees in its vicinity; it is alone, and it is not Any tree of that size is in the same area.

Among the scientific explanations about the persistence of this tree in the middle of the arid desert, the tour guide explained that the roots of the tree extend hundreds of meters under the ground, and there is certainly water, but in a very deep place.

Other explanations say, according to archaeologists: There are many small homes dating back more than 400 years, when water was available. But the place was soon deserted due to the lack of water.

It is considered a descendant of acacia trees, known locally as thistle tree. Where it dates back to the sixteenth century AD.

The tree is visited by many citizens and residents of Bahrain, and many European and American travelers and others who arrive in the country by air or sea ships.

Many bring small water bottles with them to pour water next to the tree.

In an interview by photographer Acharya with the Arabic site, he says: “I want the pictures to speak for themselves!

He added, “There are mysteries all around us, but if you have a chance to see one mystery, it is certain that the Tree of Life should be on your list .. and the tree is surrounded by remnants of human settlements believed to be over 500 years old. In 2009 the tree was nominated to be.” Within the New Seven Wonders of the World. “

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The “Tree of Life” stands alone in the desert of the Kingdom of Bahrain, and it resists thirst and scarcity of water in its surroundings. This makes some people wonder how it has lasted for a long period of time.

According to the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities, the “Tree of Life” is a living miracle in the heart of the desert. It has lasted for more than 100 years, despite the absence of any water source from which it can feed.

Nature has always been captivated and enchanted by the camera lens of photographer Niranjan Acharya. This prompted him to spot this “mysterious” tree, which offers visual pleasure to all its visitors.

reason of calling

According to “CNN” in Arabic, Fadel Ahmed, a Bahraini tour guide working with “ToursByLocals” says: “It is locally known as the Tree of Life due to its presence in the arid desert far from people, with no other trees in its vicinity; it is alone, and it is not Any tree of that size is in the same area.

Among the scientific explanations about the persistence of this tree in the middle of the arid desert, the tour guide explained that the roots of the tree extend hundreds of meters under the ground, and there is certainly water, but in a very deep place.

Other explanations say, according to archaeologists: There are many small homes dating back more than 400 years, when water was available. But the place was soon deserted due to the lack of water.

It is considered a descendant of acacia trees, known locally as thistle tree. Where it dates back to the sixteenth century AD.

The tree is visited by many citizens and residents of Bahrain, and many European and American travelers and others who arrive in the country by air or sea ships.

Many bring small water bottles with them to pour water next to the tree.

In an interview by photographer Acharya with the Arabic site, he says: “I want the pictures to speak for themselves!

He added, “There are mysteries all around us, but if you have a chance to see one mystery, it is certain that the Tree of Life should be on your list .. and the tree is surrounded by remnants of human settlements believed to be over 500 years old. In 2009 the tree was nominated to be.” Within the New Seven Wonders of the World. “

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