ⓘ Legends are stories in oral tradition and a narrative of human actions. They are usually old but are believed to have taken place within human history. Legends ..



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Baba Fingo or Father Fingo is a person in folklore. The Roma in Turkey believe in Baba Fingo. The Festival Kakava is celebrated at Edirne on 5-6 May. The Romanlar made a Bonfire and went to the Meric River in the Night. They believe Baba Fingo come out of the water and protect the Romani people. The legend of Baba Fingo says that long ago, the people lived in Egypt. But the Pharaoh was cruel to them. So Baba Fingo led the people out through the Red Sea. Another legend says that Baba Fingo was a good and wise commandant who worked for Pharaoh, but he liked women and alcohol too much. Pharao ...


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ⓘ Legend

Legends are stories in oral tradition and a narrative of human actions. They are usually old but are believed to have taken place within human history. Legends are often passed on by word-of-mouth. Legends have often been transformed over time to keep them realistic.

The word is also used for famous or historically significant people, places, art, etc. We sometimes say of someone who is extremely famous that they are a "legend" or "of legendary fame".

Examples of legends are Ali Baba, the Fountain of Youth, Paul Bunyan, Kraken, Atlantis, the Loch Ness Monster, and Bigfoot. Some legends are stories about real people; others are not. Odysseus and Robin Hood for example may have been real but most the stories about them are definitely fiction.

For some places, legends are the earliest history. For example, the origin of ancient Rome is known only from legends, as are the earliest dynasties in the history of China.

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Lee Evans (sprinter)

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Paul Mooney (comedian)

Paul Mooney (comedian)

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Saint Sarah

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List of The Backyardigans episodes

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Wuppertal Schwebebahn

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