Post filled under : Water gooddesses of springs and wells. Ladies in the water, enchanted, genius loci
Post filled under : Water gooddesses of springs and wells. Ladies in the water, enchanted, genius loci
Pyrgos tis Rigainas

Pyrgos tis Rigainas

“Pyrgos tis Rigainas” The myth lived on through Middle Ages. Another legedary spot is “Pyrgos (castle) tis Rigainas” which is linked to the love of Rigaina and Digenis, (the Madieval … Continue reading

Author : Elias Kouloumis
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Tagged on : Goddess , Love , Romance , Spring
The siren of La Serena

The siren of La Serena

A mermaid inhabits the banks of the Guadiana River (including table of Tamborríos and the Encomienda Castle), and with her beauty and charming singing attracts unwary men who eventually drown in the river....

Author : Aitana Martos
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The lagoon of the enchanted ones (Montijo)

The lagoon of the enchanted ones (Montijo)

During Saint John’s Eve, three sisters are charmed by the waters of a lagoon, dive into it and disappear. Since then, every year on Saint John’s Eve they emerge again and grant wishes to those who have gone to the lake carrying a glass of water without spilling a drop.

Author : Aitana Martos
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La Serrana de la Vera (Mountain Woman of La Vera)

La Serrana de la Vera (Mountain Woman of La Vera)

A beautiful, powerful and lonely woman lives in the mountains, just going down the river to fetch water. When the mood comes upon her, she drags men off to her cave to have sex with them before killing them.

Author : Aitana Martos
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