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The Legend of the Wawel Dragon (A Polish traditional legend)

nice23rd October 2019
Hung"a"ry mistake in paragraph 713th July 2019
Found the story entertains after returning from Krakow.12th June 2019
good inspiration for other you helped me with my writing about dragons for my school project
11th June 2019
This is awsome9th May 2019
After just coming back from krakow with a dragon I found the story very interesting x please take no notice of complaints about spelling etc x for me they make the story feel more charming x
Thank you
26th April 2019
you spelt hungry wrong

17th January 2019
soo mani spelings misstakkes2nd December 2018
You try to make this story sound as if it is just a scary story told to children at night.Such animals did exist and are found in many historical (not stories) accounts. However this does not fit with the mantra that all dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago.11th October 2018
The sulphur made the dragon extremely thirsty so he drank the whole river but he was so full he blew up.5th July 2018
My dad gave me a plush of the dragon and key ring for me.(even a mini STATUE!!)4th July 2018
Nice16th March 2018
This was useful, my father told me this story and it's very interesting. I might use this for my homework.29th December 2017
the story ended like this: after the smok ate the lamb his mouth got really hot and so he went to the lake/river and drank but the the dynamite he ate made him explode. 16th December 2017
7th July 2017
Thank you very much for the story!!! I loved it! I am glad to have read the comments and to know the original ending. I was grateful for the clarification. Thanks24th June 2017
I'm Polish and actually, the ending is a tiny bit different: the sulphur in the lambskin made the dragon really thirsty, so it ran to the Vistula River and drank so much water that it exploded. 29th May 2017
this is the best story13th May 2017
awesome11th May 2017
I really enjoyed this tale. It was even more charming because of the translation. Thank you.23rd February 2017


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