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European folklore is the folklore of Europe. European folklore was at the root of Romanticism and is still the basis of many horror stories. The concept of Euro folklore raises questions of comparative folklore studies; for example, does the werewolf occur in Asian folklore?

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European folklore:

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Categories at Wikipedia

Pages at Wikipedia

  • Alp (folklore)
  • Ankou

B

  • Bear's Son Tales
  • Beatrijs

C

  • Castell
  • Corn dolly

D

  • Daboecia
  • Devil's Bridge
  • Dull Gret
  • Dutch folklore

E

  • Eglė the Queen of Serpents
  • Elegast
  • English folklore

F

  • Faust


G

  • German folklore
  • Gigantes y cabezudos
  • Gnome

H

  • Hand of Glory
  • Historia von D. Johann Fausten
  • Hunor and Magor

J

  • Jack o' Legs
  • Jūratė and Kastytis

L

  • Lady of Stavoren
  • Les Lavandières
  • London Falling
  • Lovers of Teruel

M

  • Maa-alused
  • Maypole
  • Mojiganga


M cont.

  • Mouse Tower
  • Muixeranga

P

  • Pre-Christian Alpine traditions
  • Pérák, the Spring Man of Prague

R

  • Rübezahl

S

  • Saeftinghe legend
  • Santa Tecla Festival
  • Sava Savanović
  • Slavic studies

T

  • The Three Bears

V

  • Valentine and Orson

W

  • Weisse Frauen
  • Wishing well
  • Witte Wieven

See also

See Folklore by region at Wikipedia , the Medieval legends category and Wikipedia's general folklore category.

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