A legend explaining why River Tisza is meandering so much As the legend of origin says, at the creation of the world, all the rivers had their beds except for the lonely Tisza, who was unhappily lamenting on being forgotten.
During the martyrdom of St. Eulalia by the Roman governor Dacian, in Mérida, her torturers intend to make her walk naked in Merida streets to humiliate her, but then a dense fog falls on Merida to prevent her from being seen. After her death, miraculously snow covers her body and the surrounding soil for several days. Since then, on each anniversary of her martyrdom, mists flood Merida for several days.
A shepherd finds an image of Virgin Mary carved in wood into a well. He tries to take it away to his house, but the image always disappears; only to appear again in the well she was found in the first place.