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What is a dragon?

A dragon is a large, serpentine legendary creature that appears in the folklore of many cultures around the world. Beliefs about dragons vary considerably through regions, but dragons in western cultures since the High Middle Ages have often been depicted as winged, horned, four-legged, and capable of breathing fire.

What makes Estádio do Dragão so special?

Estádio do Dragão has a capacity for 50033 attendants and has unique advantages that, supported by green areas and the restructure of surrounding accesses to the sports complex, residential, and commercial areas, turned it into a new centre of Porto. The stadium is a reference in terms of sports and culture in the city and region.

What is a slavic dragon called?

In South Slavic folklores, the same thing is also called lamya (ламя, ламjа, lamja). Although quite similar to other European dragons, Slavic dragons have their peculiarities.

What is the Romanian name for a dragon?

In Romania, there is a similar figure, derived from the Slavic dragon and named zmeu. Exclusively in Polish and Belarusian folklore, as well as in the other Slavic folklores, a dragon is also called (variously) смок, цмок, or smok.

What is a dragon in mythology?

Dragon, in the mythologies, legends, and folktales of various cultures, a large lizard- or serpent-like creature, conceived as evil in some traditions and as beneficent in others. In medieval Europe, dragons were usually depicted with wings and a barbed tail and as breathing fire. dragon | Description, Mythical Dragons, Types, & Facts | Britannica

What are the different beliefs about dragons?

Beliefs about dragons vary considerably through regions, but dragons in western cultures since the High Middle Ages have often been depicted as winged, horned, four-legged, and capable of breathing fire. Dragons in eastern cultures are usually depicted as wingless, four-legged, serpentine creatures with above-average intelligence.

What is the history of Dragons?

See Article History Dragon, in the mythologies, legends, and folktales of various cultures, a large lizard- or serpent-like creature, conceived in some traditions as evil and in others as beneficent. In medieval Europe, dragons were usually depicted with wings and a barbed tail and as breathing fire.

Are dragons real?

Are Dragons Real? Dragons are typically depicted as powerful and fearsome. Dragons are large, serpentine mythological creatures. These creatures appear in folktales of many cultures across the world.

What does the Dragon symbolize in Slavic mythology?

Zmaj and the Dragon Lore of Slavic Mythology. The dragon is one of the most well-known creatures in ancient mythology, and many cultures have this creature (or one of its related forms) in their folklore. In East Asian countries, for instance, dragons are regarded as symbols of power, strength and good fortune.

What are some lesser known Dragons?

One of the lesser known dragons is that of the zmaj, a dragon that can be found in Slavic folklore. In certain Slavic countries, dragons can viewed either as good or evil, depending on their sex.

What is the Romanian name for a dragon?

In Romania, there is a similar figure, derived from the Slavic dragon and named zmeu. In Polish and Belarusian folklore, as well as in the other Slavic folklore, a dragon is also called smok (смок, цмок, smok). In South Slavic folklore, the female variation is also called lamya (derived from lamia ).

What animal is described as a dragon-like animal?

1 Hydra, also called the Lernaean Hydra, from Greek Mythology is described as a dragon-like animal 2 Ladon from Greek mythology 3 Python, from Greek mythology, the snake killed by Apollo 4 Typhon from Greek mythology is often thought of as a dragon

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