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  • (For more information on Irish mythology, see Irish Mythology page on Wikipedia ) According to the ancient mythology of the Ulster cycle, the cairn on
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  • temple-town near Labhpur in Birbhum-Murshidabad in India. According to mythology, when Mahadeva danced around with Sati’s dead body cutting it to pieces
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  • guide and proper equipment. The name "Jotunheimen" has its roots in Norse mythology, and literally means "The home of the giants" (the mountain range was
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  • more now that the road to the cape is fully sealed. According to mythology, the spirits of the dead travel to Cape Reinga on their journey to the
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  • Korean mythology it is where the 'Son of the Lord of Heaven' descended to earth and the first Korean kingdom began. The mountain's mythology has been
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  • of healing from ancient times to a modern midwife and nurse. In Greek mythology, Asklepios was the son of the god Apollo who created the art of medicine
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  • station. One can hire a taxi or take a rickshaw from Bolpur. According to mythology, when the dead boby of maa Parvati was cut by Lord Shiva, the waist fell
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  • which has Goddess Chamundeswhari as deity. The Nandi - Shiva's mount in mythology - at Chamundi Hills is quite famous in its own right. It is the third
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  • Ayodhya — birthplace of Shri Ram, the central character from the Hindu mythology Ramayana Faizabad — former capital of the state of Awadh Lucknow — the
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  • Te Waka a Maui positions Stewart Island firmly at the heart of Maori mythology. Translated as "The Anchor Stone of Maui's Canoe", this refers to the
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  • Gods watched the Trojan War being fought below in the lowland. In Greek mythology, it was also the venue of the first ever beauty contest in which Aphrodite
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  • Green City 24.3310072.85165  Ambaji — a town noted for its history and mythology. Famous for its marble and granite mines 23.6036372.96395  Himatnagar
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  • Dilos, was the most important Panhellenic sanctuary, and, according to mythology, the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis. The first signs of habitation on
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  • Târgu-Mureş Historical Society occasionally holds seminars on local history and mythology in English. The main shopping area is the Trandafirilor Square which
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  • priest Nirartha and forms an important element of Balinese spirtualism and mythology. This is an extremely popular tourist destination and the whole area is
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  • today's knowledge. While western astrology is loosely based on Graeco-Roman mythology, there are other traditions of astrology in places such as China. Solar
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  • (Valmikinagar). A dense forest and a holiday spot in the pheriphery. According to mythology it was the residence of Sita, wife of lord Rama, with Luv and Kush, her
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  • century and named after Thor, the god of thunder and lightning in Norse mythology. In the early history of the Faroes, Tórshavn became the political center
    7 KB (778 words) - 19:20, 25 May 2015
  • Causeway is Northern Ireland's only UNESCO World Heritage Site. Popular mythology attributes the creation of the Causeway to an Irish giant named Fionn
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  • European popular beliefs, mixed with Mapuche myths, giving birth to a mythology of sea and forests creatures and warlocks. A dancing, fair-haired beauty
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