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Special exhibition “Fairy Tales, Sagas and Symbols” at Liechtenstein NationalMuseum, Vaduz

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Vaduz – How did the world and life come into being in all its diversity, what is the plan of the supernatural powers that determine destiny, what are the causes of evil, illness and death, and of what extraordinary deeds are there new in-sights? With its new major exhibition, Liechtenstein NationalMuseum is presenting the topics of fairy tales, myths, legends, fables, and sagas, which form a fundamentally important part of every culture and its collective memory. The exhibition pursues themes that course through the narratives of people from different cultures. These themes start deep in prehistory and spread at an early stage, echoed today in the modern world of fantasy tales and films. They unfold in the myths, sagas, fables, and legends of antiquity, leading into the world of our European fairy tales, which were initially handed down only orally. Cruel gods, brave heroes, evil spirits and witches, wondrous…

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