Hands in the sources of David

Hands in the sources of David


These are hands of children playing in the “sources of David” located in Ein Gedi, Israel.
Ein Gedi – the Kid Source in Hebrew – is the name of one of the oases located on the west bank of the Dead Sea. The waters that feed it come from sources fed by the underground reservoirs where the rain that falls on the hills of Hebron is collected. The stream of water that traverses this reserve bears the name of King David who began his political career winning fame in his confrontation with the Philistines that contented with the Israelites for the region. His popularity provoked the jealousy of Saul, the king of Israel.

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