Bushmen Rock engraving
In the desert land of Namibia, The San people (bushmen) used to hunt animals and gather plants. They used to hide and find shelters not far from water springs. Twyfelfontein is such a place. Its meaning, ‘The hesitating fountain’ tells us that not always water used to flow. Anyway, the combination of water, shade, and soft rock (sand stone), made it ideal for carvings.
There are also few paintings, mostly of people, painted with red ochre.
Twyfelfontein is a UNESCO world heritage site.