The Tailor

Behind Welschnofen (Nova Levante,) in the direction of the village of Kar (Carezza,) there was a deep hole in the earth.
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The Goat

A farmer had many goats which he always took to a particular clearing in the forest where they could graze.
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The Little Man

The Little Man had discovered the blue stone up in the mountains, near the Rose Garden. He marched back and forth from the place to the valley, taking as much of the blue stone with him on each trip as he could.
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The Brothers

A king had two sons who traveled to the Rose Garden even in late autumn.
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The Witch Langwerda

Langwerda, also known as “Lomberda,” was a witch who lived in a valley below the Rose Garden.
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The Fellow from Marchegg

In Gummer, a fellow from Marchegg would traipse around, even in the light of day.
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The Stone Maiden

The story goes that this maiden was once a princess.
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The Dirlingers

A few years later, the Dirlingers came and settled in the mouths of the Locher Valley.
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The Glacier Man

Giants, dwarves, and wild men once lived around Lake Carezza.
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Tschei

There was once a hermit named Tschei, who lived on a slope above Welschnofen (Nova Levante.)
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The Dwarf of the Latemar

A poor farmer woman lived on a slope with her many children. They suffered great privations. The oldest child, a girl, had to leave home early to each day to work.
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The Evil Sorcerer of Lake Carezza

Thus it happened that an evil sorcerer who had fallen in love with the nymph and planned to steal her asked the advice of an evil witch.
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The Water Nymph of Lake Carezza

Once, there lived a beautiful water nymph in Lake Carezza.
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Mènega

Mènega was a twelve-year-old maid who, together with her friends, herded the livestock on the Latemar.
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Hildebrand

Hildebrand, old captain of the armory, cried: "Rip up his belt!"
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Prince Dietrich of Bern

In order to rescue the king’s daughter, Similde, Hartwig and Wittich turned to the great and famous Prince Dietrich of Bern for help.
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Wittich

For seven long days, the noblemen from the neighboring lands fought their contests to determine who should wed the beautiful Similde.
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Hartwig

For seven long days, the noblemen from the neighboring lands fought their contests to determine who should wed the beautiful Similde.
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Similde

Similde was the beautiful daughter of the “King on the River Etsch.” One day, he felt that the time had come to marry off the girl. So he invited all of the noblemen in the neighboring lands to join with him in a May Day ride – but he did not invite ...
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King Laurin

The rose garden of the famed Dwarf King Laurin was once up here in the craggy rocks of the Rose Garden King Laurin was the ruler of a thriving race of dwarves who lived up here and mined the mountains for precious jewels and valuable ores. He ...
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The Devil on the Schlern Massif

Long ago, there was a saying a Völs: "After Michaelmas (29 September), the alpine pasture belongs to the devil. He doesn't tolerate anyone going up there". Even in the village below, the people had attached straw Michaelmas crosses above their barn ...
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Tschetterloch Cave

In Valle del Ciamin (Tschamintal) Valley, behind Tiers, there is a deep tunnel not high above the creek that leads under Sciliar (Schlern) Mountain; it runs so deep that it takes more than a quarter of an hour to get to the end. In front of the ...
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