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    Animal Symbolism in Slavic cultures: Wolf, Bear, Fox and Hare

    Animals always played a important role among Slavic people. Animals such as wolves, bears, hares or foxes thanks to the wide area of distribution firmly entrenched themselves in various legends, stories, mythology and art of Slavic people.

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    Interesting reading… Is the Owl another slavic symbol? I was told that seeing an Owl was considered bad luck under South Slavic culture.



    If a barn owl mewls (they don’t hoot) near your house in the evening someone in that house will die.

    – pretty meh as far as omens go, because of the loose deadlines (the current year).
    – if you live in the city, you’ll still die, but owls won’t bother telling you.

    Boris V.
    Boris V.

    @aaaaa i’ve heard something similar but with a crow: “If a crow knocks at your window, someone will die in that house”

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