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The Magical Migas


Regional legend about Aragon


In a small village in the mountains of Aragón, there lived a young woman named María. María was a kind and generous soul, always willing to help those in need. One day, a stranger came to the village. He was dressed in rags and looked like he hadn't eaten in days. María took pity on him and invited him into her home. She gave him food and a place to sleep.


The stranger was grateful for María's kindness. He told her that he was a wizard and that he had been traveling for many days. He said that he was on his way to a faraway land, but he was lost. María offered to help the wizard find his way. She gave him directions and a map.


The wizard was so grateful for María's help that he gave her a gift. He told her that it was a magical spell. He said that if she ever needed help, she should cast the spell and he would come to her aid.


María thanked the wizard and promised to use the spell wisely. The wizard then left the village and continued on his journey.


A few days later, a terrible storm came to the village. The wind howled and the rain poured down. The villagers were afraid that their homes would be destroyed. María remembered the magical spell that the wizard had given her. She cast the spell and the wizard appeared.


The wizard used his magic to protect the village from the storm. The villagers were so grateful to María for saving them. They celebrated her as a hero.


María continued to live in the village and help those in need. She used the magical spell many times to help the villagers. She was a kind and generous soul, and she was always willing to help others.


We must celebrate the importance of kindness and generosity.


Elements of Aragón included in the legend:


  • Migas is a traditional Aragonese dish made of bread crumbs, sausage, and vegetables.

  • The legend is set in the mountains of Aragón.

  • The wizard is a common figure in Aragonese folklore.



Geography Game Gehau. Aragon flag. Region of Spain
Aragón (España)

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