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Legends Of Castle Complex Vovnushki
April 24, 2017 09:16


(Source: https://fotostrana.ru/public/post)

It is believed that there was time when the two castles were connected by a suspension bridge.

When enemies besieged one castle, its inhabitants were leaving to another one across the bridge or a rope.

There are several legends about the suspension bridge rescuing babies. According to one version, a cradle was tied to a rope and transported from one castle to another.

By another version, the children were saved by a woman who ran back and forth on the rope and carried the cradles.

Even if the castles were connected by a durable suspension bridge, you can imagine going across it: an abyss under you feet, bare rocks on your sides.


Sources: http://strana.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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