Kukkónia tales and anecdotes

Kukkónia tales and anecdotes
Nov 27, 2018
In times of old, when fairies lived on the island, their golden hair gleamed in the sunshine and their wonderful shimmering dresses glowed from beneath the water. People paddling nearby could not get enough of this wonder. Many even heard their voices as their songs drifted toward them, mingling with the hum of the forest and the trickling of streams. The fairies loved the poor folk. It was said that they showed the fishermen the fish nests, they threw the golden hair from their combs into the Danube to show panners the secret places where gold lay hidden, and even rescued poor souls whose...
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