Wales' legend
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Wales' legend

by Yuka O.
(Saitama, Japan)

Scene from King Arthur's legend showing the magical sword

Scene from King Arthur's legend showing the magical sword

Wales is so beautiful a country. It has a lot of history, culture, and legend. Wales has areas which were placed on the World Heritage List. I was interested in the legend of this country.

Above all, Arthurian legends are likely to be famous. I didn’t know about the legends well, so I had a quick look at their history on the Internet. It seems there are a variety of rumors about this legend. In addition, there is no idea whether King Arthur existed or not.

I found this sort of stories about humans who we didn’t know whether they existed, because there is a difference in thinking. It is interesting to think about whether or not these stories may possibly have happened many years ago.

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