El Coquí: Folktale and Puppets | Spanish Simply

El "Coqui" of Puerto Rico

La Leyenda del Maíz

La leyenda del Maiz. Leyendas cortas para niños y niñas

Joan Baez / La Llorona

"They say I don't feel pain, because they never see me cry. The dead don't cry, and greater is their grief.

According  to legend, the majestic Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl the volcanoes visible in their splendor on a clear day from Mexico City, were star-crossed human lovers who were turned into mountains.   Popocatepetl is usually  represented as a hunky indigenous man carrying or sitting by the side of Iztaccihuatl who, because of the shape of the volcano, looks like she is lying down and is known as La Mujer Dormida.

Image detail for -That painting is of an Aztec Warrior. It can be found on the Aztec .

La Llorona

Crying Woman: Myth of “La Llorona”

El Rey Midas - Cuentos Clásicos

A wise man said, "Treat people as if they were king & they will make you a real king." It is bizarre, "We can’t give anything away a.

The Cry - La Llorona- great site the legend with modern day 'lloronas'

The Cry - La Llorona- great site the legend with modern day 'lloronas'

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