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Fairy Bridge, Reelig Glen, Scotland | Travel Spot Photos

Bridge for trolls ~Fairy Bridge! (Reelig Glen, Scotland) "The bridge and grotto in Reelig Glen, near Inverness. The story goes that they were built by the fairies living in the wood, which is why locals call it Fairy Glen rather than Reelig"~

Isle of Skye, Scotland. I could make a whole board on just this place.

The Storr, Scotland Highlands, Isle of Skye. The tallest peak there is called the Old Man of Storr. It is a great landmark, if one needs one on that enchanted isle.

This looks like the underground dwelling of the Tuatha de Danaan, or "Children of Danu", the mythological mother goddess of the Irish Celts. Creatures such as leprechauns and other Fairy Folk were known to inhabit these places, particularly under the burial mounds, which were also known as the fairy mounds for that reason.

Underground dwelling o/t Tuatha d Danaan or- "Children f Danu", mythological mother goddess o/t Irish Celts. Fairy folk like Leprechauns inhabit these places, particularly under th burial aka fairy mounds

Stonehenge under the stars

Was Stonehenge a temple for sun worship, a healing centre, a burial site or perhaps a huge calendar? Surrounded by mystery, Stonehenge never fails to impress.

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