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There are many legends associated with Cadair Idris, one of Wales’s most iconic mountains and it is rumored that if you sleep on Cadair Idris you will awaken either as a madman, a poet or may never wake again.

 

According to legend, the original Devil’s Bridge was built by the Devil himself. He constructed the bridge for a little old lady in exchange for her soul, or the soul of the first person to cross...

In or near Devil's Bridge

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Lleucu Llwyd is one of Wales’s most tragic love heroines, often referred to as the ‘Welsh Juliet’ and her tragic story has continued down through the ages.

 

Once there was a King desperately tring to build himself a tower at Dinas Emrys as defense against the invading saxons. Every morning the stones placed the previous day had disappeared-could this be the work of 2 fiery underground dragons?

In or near Machynlleth

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According to legend, Cantre’r Gwaelod was the rich and fertile ‘lowland hundred’ and sixteen cities swallowed by the sea. The remains of a submerged forest can sometimes be seen, evokes the myth of Cantre'r Gwaelod, the Welsh Kingdom

In or near Borth

 

Gwybr (the shining white dragon) of Llanrhaeadr

In or near Oswestry