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Connection with the Heritage of the Countries

Bulgarian Legends

A number of ancient civilizations, including the Thracians, Ancient Greeks, Celts, Romans, Visigoths, Ostrogoth’s, East and West Slavs, Varangian’s and the Bulgars have left their mark on the culture, history and heritage of Bulgaria. Due to this great variety of influences, ... More >>

Italian Legends

Over the centuries many legends have been handed down from generation to generation and in every tale the most important part is represented by the cultural heritage which is the main connector with the other European countries. The heritage of a country has always been essential becau ... More >>

Lithuanian Legends

The uniqueness and peculiarity of each country is revealed in legends that testify to the heritage of the national culture cherished and protected from generation to generation. Heritage is what we have inherited, both materially and spiritually: buildings, historical sites, archaeologic ... More >>

Polish Legends

The cultural heritage of all our legends is a common value. It concerns material and, above all, spiritual objects. The importance of this heritage in shaping societies is demonstrated by the fact that it is protected under the UNESCO Convention of 1972, which recognized its protection ... More >>

Romanian Legends

Legends are closely related to the cultural or natural heritage that surrounds us in Europe’s towns and cities or natural or archaeological sites. The word itself, “heritage”, means “that which is inherited”. Heritage can be tangible or intangible, natural o ... More >>