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Sunday, February 14, 2016

Welcome to Fairyland

Legends of dwarfs, elves, and other faeries are found worldwide. There are the famed trolls of Scandinavian folklore, the wealthy leprechauns of Irish lore, or the Korrigans of Brittany. They have been the subject of hundreds of children's fairy tales, books, folk tales and myths. Many physical places in the world bear the names of such creatures in remembrance of a time when they coexisted peacefully with the human kind.

However, there aren't many people who take seriously the existence of elves and faeries in today's society. Are they gone forever or just hiding, observing us from another dimension until we grow mature enough to protect and cherish the beautiful nature.


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