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The Lady of Van Lake

Black Mountain, Wales Cymraeg
Dated: 1170 - 1230
Lakes have always been magical places. People are drawn to their waters to fish, sail or just relax. However, the vision that one young man saw on a remote lake, in Wales, many years ago was truly stunning and it changed his life.

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Name: Neil 23rd April 2017
Great website! Thanks for your hard work - a great help for our Myths and Legends topic this half term. Just one thing - the spellings in the Lady of Van lake! Llyn y Fan Fach (an f sounds like a v in Welsh) and also Myddfai.
Name: Rebecca 9th February 2017
How lovely that people are taking the time to recreate these amazing stories into such beautiful stories - thank you so much xx
Name: Alec Kuiper 3rd February 2017
Good story! I loved it! Hope you can more stories like that!
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