The place where the Virgin Mary nursed baby Jesus and according to tradition, a drop of her milk spilt and turned the stones white.
Since Byzantine times, the put has been a center of Christian journey, kept up since its final erection in conjunction with its Marian holy place and religious community by the Care of the Heavenly Arrive of the Arrange of the Monks Minor of the Catholic Church in Palestine. The Status Quo, a 250-year-old understanding between devout communities, applies to the site. Christian convention says is the put where the Heavenly Family found asylum amid the Slaughter of the Innocents, some time recently they seem escape to Egypt. The title is inferred from the story that a "drop of milk" of the Virgin Mary fell on the floor of the cave and changed its colour to white. The space, which contains three distinctive caves, is gone by a few in trust of mending fruitless couples, the holy place supposedly being a put where supplications for children are supernaturally replied.