Showing posts with label legends. Show all posts
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Unicorns coloring pages - Page 2

One of the most magical and beloved mythological creatures, for children and adults alike, is the unicorn. The unicorn symbolizes purity and magic and appears in many stories and legends. A unicorn is a horse or goat with a horn on its forehead that has magical and noble qualities.
The unicorn is part of the mythology of ancient Europe. It is speculated that when people from Britain and France visited Africa and saw rhinos for the first time, they recounted the unicorns they saw. According to Eastern beliefs, the rhinoceros' horn has all kinds of virtues, such as the enhancement of male potency, hence the story of the unicorn and its unicorn.
According to legend, the unicorns can only be seen among virgins and are the only ones who can approach it.
In Vietnam and Laos in Southeast Asia there is a true unicorn: the soula is a unique and extremely rare mammal, a type of cattle that lives in forests and is called the "Asian unicorn". The soula's other name is Vu Quang ox and is in serious danger of extinction.
The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland. They adopted it as their national animal in the 14th century, because they believed that the unicorn was the enemy of the lion and could defeat it, and the lion was a symbol of England.
The unicorn has appeared in several films such as director Ridley Scott's Blade Runner, in which the unicorn appears in the protagonist's dream and hints to him that he is Android.
In J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter book series, the unicorn appears as an innocent animal whose blood is given to those who drink its blood, but its life is cursed. The unicorns are described in the Harry Potter books as whites more than snow, suspicious and with mercury-like blood. They stay away from humans but build a little easier to get close to, especially if they offer them sugar cubes.
The movie "Legend" starring Tom Cruise and Mia Sara revolves around the unicorn creatures. A unicorn also appears in Clive Staples Lewis' Narnia books and in the movie Stardust and the The Secret of Moonacre.
Unicorn Day was created to celebrate in honor of these magical creatures and to remember how much fun it is to sometimes believe in magic.
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Tell A Fairy Tale Day- February 26

February 26 is a particularly magical date, because it is National Legend Stories Day (in the US).
Fairy tales are old stories passed down from generation to generation, from grandparents to parents, and from parents to children, and there is no one who hardly knows them.
Legend stories are known all over the world and cross continents and seas. They are based on myths, fears and methods of educating children. They are imaginary and contain evil witches, princes and princesses, magic and sorcery, good and evil fairies, magnificent palaces, fallen wooden houses, giants, dwarves, knights and monsters.
By today’s standards, some of the legends are unworthy of children, because of violent or sexist content. But once upon a time adults would not hesitate to tell children scary stories about what happens to children who do not behave properly.


Many of the stories have some basis in reality. For example, there are those who believe that the story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was inspired by the real life of Margaretha von Waldeck, the daughter of the Count of Waldeck in 16th-century Germany. Margaretha was very beautiful and did not get along with the Count's wife, her stepmother. At one point the mother kicked Margaretha out of the house. It is not known what happened to Margaretha and it is speculated that she fell in love with a handsome sheriff and died mysteriously before she could live with him happily and richly (perhaps the stepmother really poisoned her with an apple). There were many mines in the Waldeck area of ​​Germany. The demand for miners was so high and on the other hand the poverty of the people was great, that in the mines many children worked. Short people were also hired to go through the mines and this is probably the story of the house that Snow White came to where seven dwarfs lived.


Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
The Brothers Grimm (Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm) collected many stories that were told orally and published them in books, so that they would not be forgotten. The first book they published was in 1812.


Another collection of legends published by Aesop, in ancient Greece. The parables of Aesop were parables that dealt mainly with animals and illustrated human behaviors.
Hans Christian Andersen first published in 1829 the written versions of the princess on the lens, the ugly duckling, the little mermaid and many others.

How to celebrate Tell A Fairy Tale Day?
You can tell a fairy tale to children. To attract them share with them the movements and voices of characters from the story, like longing like the ugly duckling or the movements of climbing in a story about Jack and the pea tree.
Another way is to read fairy tales yourself or watch Disney fairy tale movies ...
The Ugly Duckling, from the 1939 Disney movie

February 26 is also Personal Chef Day

Appreciate A Dragon Day- January 16

Appreciate A Dragon Day is a day in honor of the fire-spitting animals, the dragons.
Dragons are legendary creatures that appear in adventure stories, movies, plays and folk tales.
The image of dragons is similar to giant reptiles that can also fly. They are reminiscent of dinosaurs, snakes (especially spitting cobras), crocodiles, bats and giant lizards.

The creator of this special day is Donita K. Paul, a fantasy writer whose books star dragons. She created this day with the goal of encouraging people to learn about dragons.

There are peoples in whose tradition the dragons can be found. In China, for example, the dragon is a symbol of good news. It heralds the coming of the rain and symbolizes the yang.
In Jewish culture the dragon is associated with idols and therefore his mention in his stories or creation is considered foreign work.
In India the dragon is convoluted and has a cobra head, sometimes several heads.
In Wales in Great Britain there is a mythological story according to which in a long battle in which the Welsh king Vertigran was present, a red dragon defeated a white dragon. The red dragon symbolizes the Welsh (hence the national flag of Wales has a red dragon) and the white dragon the Anglo-Saxons. In this battle the victory of the Red Dragon foretold the defeat of the English in the battle against the Welsh.

Wales flag

How to celebrate Dragon Day?
Draw a dragon.
Take a picture with a doll or a statue of a dragon.
See a movie starring dragons.
Watch a TV series with dragons (like Game of Thrones for example).
Make a dragon doll.
Make something in the shape of a dragon and take a picture with it.

January 16 is also Nothing day and Freedom of Religious Day

Dragons coloring pages

Free printable coloring pages of dragons, a large, serpentine legendary creatures that appear in the folklore of many cultures around the world. Beliefs about dragons vary drastically by region, but dragons in western cultures since the High Middle Ages have often been depicted as winged, horned, four-legged, and capable of breathing fire. Dragons in eastern cultures are usually depicted as wingless, four-legged, serpentine creatures with above-average intelligence.

Choose the coloring page of the dragon you want to paint, print and paint for your enjoyment. To print the page you would like to color, click on page and then click Ctrl+P.

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