Over 2,000 years ago, in 46 B.C, Caesar declared January 1st as the first day...
Legends, myths and fairy tales
Legends, myths, and fairy tales are part of us since childhood when we hear them before we fall asleep and then all the characters and their fantastic worlds appear to us in a dream and become part of us. Then we pass them on to others with other fantastic elements added by us.
Over 2,000 years ago, in 46 B.C, Caesar declared January 1st as the first day of the calendar and the date on which the New Year would be celebrated.
The legend of Romania Mud Volcanoes has it that this land was terrorized in the past by the Seven-Headed Dragon.
The myth of the Minotaur says that Theseus fought the minotaur, a fantastic being, half-man, half-bull. The minotaur was held captive in a maze in the great Knossos Palace.
Kolner Dom has an old legend that says that the first construction of the cathedral was done due to a pact with the devil. Due to a woman's cunning, the devil lost the pact and cursed the place.
The Howling Waterfall has a legend that gives the name. The sound that the water makes is like a howl, and the locals say that in the past, witches lived here and the noise would come from them because it still haunts the area around the waterfall.