Легенда о россии на английском языке

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Legends and myths of Russia.
There are lots of people in this world who pronounced the words «a myth» or «a legend» at least once in their lives. But what do these words mean? Usually myths, legends have been passed on from father to son by word of mouth for centuries. They are invented or unbelievable stories that took place in reality hundreds of years ago. All of them are connected with seas, rivers, mountains, animals, birds or people.
Lets take an eagle, for example. It’s a tsar- bird, according to Russian stories. A Russian eagle is the personification of great power and wisdom. This heroic bird is able to break down an ancient oak- tree into small pieces by its strong chest. A floating eagle above the troops was considered to be a forerunner of a victory.
The Earth was thought to be a live human-being creature, according to ancient pagans. She was able to moan from pain during a storm. When she was angry she caused earthquakes and hurricanes. When there was the sun in the sky, she smiled and presented people magnificent beauties. And like a real mother she was ready to help a person in difficult situations. Do you remember Russian fairy tales? As soon as a warrior (bogatyr) presses close to the earth he gets fresh power from it. «Those  people who don’t respect the earth, wont get any bread» — old grain farmers used to say. Our ancestors believed: «If you don’t take a handful of land with you when you go far away, you will never come back again here».
An oak- tree is considered to be the symbol of great power, it has a healing force. According to a legend, an oak- tree which has been hit by the lightening, gets invigorating power. Even nowadays people try to find an old oak-tree, take the bark from it, put it into the spring water and carry it as a talisman. Believe it or not but it can protect you if you have a toothache.
The whole world of ancient  life is opened in true stories of Russia. The  main heroes of them are warriors (or bogatyrs), the defenders of people. The Russian warriors had a great physical strength. At the same time they were very peaceful. They used weapons only in case of extreme  situations. As a rule, they were natives of simple people, usually peasants. At the same time folk warriors had a great magic strength, they were wise and cunning. In ancient Russia every warrior had to have special clothes, appliances for protection and a battle weapon.
The most famous Russian warriors are Ilya Muromets, Dobrynya Nikitich and Alyosha Popovich. Of course they had their own traits of character but they were spokesmen of folk dreams, thoughts and hope.
And now lets transfer to the far Altai. Wherever you go there, whatever mountain you climb, whatever cave you come down, you will meet a legend or a myth. And its not surprising. A magnificent unique nature of Altai gives birth to numberless legends even nowadays.
This is the story of the rivers Biy and Katun.
Once upon a time there lived a poor young man Biy who was a herdsman and a nice young girl Katun (she was a daughter of a rich  man Babyrkhan). The two young fell in love with each other. But the angry Babyrkhan didn’t  allow the young to get married. So they decided to escape from the place. At night they ran by different roads. The angry Babyrkhan overtook his daughter and ordered her to come back. But she didn’t want to leave her sweetheart. Then Babyrkhan was crossed with the young and turned them into rivers. He hoped they would never meet each other. But their love was so strong that they flew together and the great river Ob has been flowing since that time.
Have you ever heard of Shambala? No? People say you can find this place somewhere in Altai. It is said to be settled with immortal people, who came here from the sky. These people were very smart and wise. A magic stone called Shambala ruled them. He had a huge magic power and wisdom.
A lot of expeditions have been looking for Shambala. And you can see some of its signs in Altai. Don’t you believe us? Try to do it yourselves. Its not difficult at all. People say, the stone can shine as a dawn or a rainbow, it can sing  birds or rivers song. It can cure of any disease but not of … love. Try your chance and good luck to you. Shambala is waiting for you.

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According to legend, the first of the mysterious creature in the remote Scottish loch, told the world the Roman legionnaires who came to Scotland at the dawn of the Christian era. The first written mention of the mysterious creatures living in the waters of Loch Ness lake, dates back to 565 AD. In the Life of St. Columba Abbot Jonah spoke of the triumph of the holy «water beast» in the River Ness. Abbot Columba, proselytize heathen Picts and Scots in the monastery of the west coast of Scotland, once went to Loch Ness and saw locals armed with hooks, pulled out of the water one of his men who was killed in Lake NISAG (the Gaelic name of the monster) . One of the disciples of Saint lightly jumped into the water and swam across the narrow strait to the boat to drive. When he sailed away from the coast, «the water rose a strange-looking animal, like a giant frog, but it was not a frog.» Thus began the legend of the Loch Ness Monster.
По легенде, первыми о таинственном существе в далеком шотландском озере, поведали миру римские легионеры, пришедшие в Шотландию на заре христианской эры. Первое письменное упоминание о загадочном существе, обитающем в водах озера Лох-Несс, восходит к 565 году нашей эры. В жизнеописании святого Колумбы аббат Иона рассказал о триумфе святого над «водяным зверем» в реке Несс. Настоятель Колумба, обращавший в веру язычников пиктов и скоттов в монастыре у западного побережья Шотландии, однажды вышел к Лох-Нессу и увидел, что местные жители, вооружённые баграми, вытаскивают из воды одного из своих людей, убитого в озере Нисагом (гэльское название чудовища). Один из учеников святого легкомысленно бросился в воду и поплыл через узкий пролив, чтобы пригнать лодку. Когда он отплыл от берега, «из воды поднялся странного вида зверь, наподобие гигантской лягушки, только это была не лягушка». Так началась легенда о лох-несском чудовище.

Рассказ о России на английском с переводом — Английский язык, грамматика

Russia is one of the largest countries in the world. It occupies a big part of dry land. The country is known as a Legend Empire, because it has been suffering from foreign invasion and dominance by outsiders from times immemorial, but still strong and alive.

The country divided by Ural mountain range in two big parts is full of controversies. People who live close to Europe are not the same with Russians from the other side of the Ural. Russia is rich in such natural treasures as coal, oil, nickel, copper, natural gas and even diamonds. The oversize of the territory determines a big variety of climates: from arctic to subtropical one. In the centre of the country there is a temperate climate. One of the main sources of pride in Russia is unique nature from East to West. The country is rich in numerous lakes, rivers and woods.
Everybody knows that USA is called “a melting pot of cultures” thanks to its history and national background. This is also true about Russia, because its population consists of many nationalities: Slavs, Tatars, Chuvash, etc. This mix makes the country unique and unusual.
The head of the state is a president who is usually elected every 6 years. The capital of the country is Moscow with population of about 10 million people and it increases every day. This city is like a miniature copy of the whole country.
There are many stereotypes about Russian people and their country. Most of Americans and Europeans suppose that every Russian family lives in severe Siberia, drinks vodka every day, plays balalaika and has its own brown bear instead of a dog. Actually, Russia is a big political, scientific, cultural and industrial centre now and all these stereotypes are no more than fairytales.
Россия – одна из самых больших стран мира. Она занимает большую часть суши. Страна известна как легендарная империя, потому что с незапамятных времен страдает от иноземных захватчиков и давления с внешней стороны, однако все еще сильна и жива.
Страна, разделенная Уральским горным хребтом на две части, полна противоречий. Люди, которые живут рядом с Европой, совсем не похожи на россиян, живущих по другую сторону Урала. Россия богата такими полезными ископаемыми как уголь, масло, никель, медь, природный газ и даже алмазы. Огромные размеры территории определяют местное климатическое разнообразие: от арктического до субтропического. В центре страны климат умеренный. Один из главных периодов для гордости в стране – ее уникальная природа с Востока до Запада. Страна богата многочисленными озерами, реками и лесами.
Каждому известно, что США называют плавильным котлом культур благодаря его истории и национальной принадлежности граждан. То же самое можно сказать и о России, потому что ее население состоит из людей многих национальностей: славяне, татары, чуваши и многие другие. Этот микс делает страну уникальной и необычной.
Главой государства является президент, которого обычно избирают каждые 6 лет. Столица страны – город Москва с населением около 10 миллионов человек и каждый день оно растет. Этот город – копия всей страны в миниатюре.
О русских и об их стране существует множество стереотипов. Большинство американцев и европейцев полагают, что каждая русская семья живет в суровой Сибири, пьет каждый день водку, играет на балалайке и имеет своего собственного бурого медведя вместо собаки. На самом деле, Россия является на сегодняшний день крупным политическим, научным, культурным и промышленным центром и все эти стереотипы не более чем сказки.

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Last year my friends and I went to the mountains during
our holidays.  It was amazing. We went skiing and sledding a
lot, we were playing snowballs and making a snowman. The weather was perfect:
frost and sun, all the time we had to wear sunglasses as in summer.
In the evening we decided to have dinner in the hotel restaurant and had
fun. After dinner we went to our rooms which were cosy and bright.
So Jacek was playing the guitar, Anna was singing, I was
chatting with my parents, Max and Alice were watching a funny movie, and Martha
was playing her favourite computer games. Everybody was relaxing. It was
Then everybody wanted a drink of tea and Veronica brought her thermos. We
poured tea in the mugs, the tea was hot and fragrant. But we couldn’t drink it,
because it was salted!
It turned out that in the morning Veronica was afraid to be late, she hurried
and confused salt and sugar! Everyone laughed. It was really fun.
Then we came to the night cafe on the nineth floor and drank
sweet tea there.
I will remember that salt tea all my life!

Compiled by Tatyana Rumyantseva |
Мифы и Легенды | Газета «Английский язык» № 11/2010

Цели и задачи урока: обучение школьников различным стратегиям чтения; ознакомление школьников с различными фактами из истории Великобритании; развитие языковой культуры; описания реалий российской жизни на английском языке; развитие умений участвовать в драматизации; коммуникативно-речевое вживание в англоязычную среду на основе взаимосвязанного обучения говорению и чтению; приобщение школьников к общечеловеческим ценностям, положительному отношению к культуре своих и других народов, взаимопониманию.
Зрительный ряд: репродукция картины Васнецова В.М. “Богатыри”; российский герб; гербы г. Ростова-на-Дону, г. Глазго; карта Великобритании; виды Шотландии; сувенир – шотландец в национальном костюме с волынкой; карточки с новой лексикой: to convert, to be greeted, to ordain, miracle, distraught, salmon, to malign, to round on, the arms; карточки с прилагательными, характеризующими героев легенд: busy, proud, greedy, strong, brave, loving his motherland, sly, stubborn, good-natured, wise, angry, hot-tempered, kind, ambitious, conscientious, rude, lazy, selfish.
Литературный ряд: имена легендарных героев Великобритании (Вильям Уоллис, Боудисия, Король Ричард Львиное Сердце, Юлий Цезарь, Робин Гуд, Беовульф, Король Альфред Великий, Король Артур); цитата Кравцовой М. о различиях русских былин и американских комиксов из статьи “О русской литературе и американских комиксах”.
Музыкальный ряд: фрагменты музыкальных произведений М.П. Мусоргского; шотландская народная музыка.
Технические средства обучения: магнитофон.
1. Организационная часть
2. Развитие навыков устной речи (введение в тему)
Do you know what we сan see on the State coat of arms/on the coat of arms of our city?
What myths and legends have you read? Describe one of the characters.
Look at the picture of Vasnetsov V.M. “Bogatyrs” and describe it.

3. Проверка домашнего задания.
Драматизация после прочтения былины “Три путешествия Ильи Муромца”.
The Three Journeys of Ilya of Murom
When Ilya of Murom was old he took a journey across the open plain. He came to a point where three roads met, and at the crossroads he found an oak with gold letters:
“He who takes the first road will be dead; he who takes the second road will be wed; and he who takes the third road will be rich”.
“What is the use of an old man like me to be wed?” thought the hero. “What’s the use of riches to an old man? I’ll take the first road because only Death befits the old.”
Ilya guided his horse and galloped along the first road. He was going at full speed for three hours and covered a distance of three hundred versts. Then he saw a foot of a high hill on which there was a big white palace. The palace was the home of forty thousand robbers. When they saw the old Cossack riding below, they went down the hill quickly and tried to drag him from his horse.
“Thieves and robbers, what do you want of an old Cossack like me?” shouted Ilya. “I have neither silver nor gold. All that I have is my trusty horse. And I can’t give it to you. There are jewels in his mane and there are shining stones in his tail – but they are not for beauty. They shine in the dark autumn nights and I can see everything that is fifty versts around me. My Circassian saddle costs fifty hundred rubles and my Christian cross is worth three hundred rubles!”
“Thieves and robbers!” shouted the robber’s ataman. “Why do you waste time talking with an old man? Drag him down from the horse and cut off his head!”
“You will not kill nor rob the old Cossack!” cried Ilya. The robbers rushed for him because they were angry.
“You will not kill nor rob the old Cossack!” cried Ilya. “My trusty horse is always leaping to my defense.
But the robbers tried to kill him. “You will not kill nor rob the old Cossack!” cried Ilya. “You will not kill me because I have a trusty bow and ten thousand arrows!” But the robbers were still running and running.
“Who has little children?” cried Ilya. “Who has a young wife? Think about your widows and orphans, you are within a hair’s breadth of death!” And stretching his mighty bow, the Old Cossack shot an arrow into the ground. The force was so great that the yellow sand flew up the clouds. When the robbers saw that, they trembled with fear and they fell upon their knees.
“Don’t kill us, Ilya of Murom!” they cried. “Let us live and we’ll give you golden treasure!”
“I can’t take your gold.” And raising his saddle he took his saber and cut off the heads of the robbers like thistles, from the first until the last. And riding back to the crossroads he wrote on the wooden signpost:

“Ilya of Murom, old Cossack, rode this way and he is not dead; and thus the second road is cleared forever.”
Then Ilya galloped along the second road. He was going at full speed for three hours and covered a distance of three hundred versts. He came to a place which was too large to be a village and too small to be a town. He stopped his horse before a palace of white stone. Then a fair young girl came out of the palace to greet the Russian knight and she took his white hands, kissed his lips and led him into the palace of white stone. She sat him at the oaken table covered with a silk cloth, put out sweet food, wine and honey and asked him to eat and drink.
And when the old Cossack had eaten and drunk, the girl took his white hands and led him to a soft bed and asked him to have a rest. But Ilya lifted her and dropped her heavily onto the soft bed. Suddenly the bed opened and the girl fell down to the dungeon below. And taking her golden keys Ilya went down, opened the iron gates of the dungeons and let out the multitude of kings and princes and mighty Russian bogatyrs captive there.
“Thank you, Ilya of Murom,” they cried, “for saving us from our death.” Ilya left the girl in the deep dungeon alone and rode back to the cross-roads when he came he wrote that on the tree:
“Ilya of Murom, old Cossack, rode this way and was not wed; and thus the first road is cleared forever.”
Then Ilya galloped along the third road. He was going at full speed for three hours and covered a distance of three hundred versts. Then he came to a huge rock in the middle of the field. The rock weighed thrice ninety poods, but the old Cossack pushed the stone with his mighty shoulder. The great stone rolled aside and there was a hole and in the hole there was gold and silver. Ilya took the treasure and shared it with poor widows and orphans. He also built a church with many bells, then he rode back to the crossroads and when he came he wrote on the tree:
“Ilya of Murom, old Cossack, rode this way and he was not made rich; and thus the third road is cleared forever.”
Travel by time-machine to the past and meet the eye witnesses of Ilya of Murom’s adventures.
Role play the meeting in the groups of four, using the legend you have read at home.
(В паузах между выступлениями групп звучит музыка М.П. Мусоргского.)
4. Подготовка к чтению
а) Развитие навыков устной речи.
Teacher: Look at the blackboard and guess what we are going to read about.
Описание картин и сувениров.
б) Работа со справочной литературой.
Учитель меняет состав групп.
Teacher: Use dictionaries and find the information about the city of Glasgow, the river Clyde, the Cathedral of Glasgow. (Рум А.Р.У. Великобритания: Лингвострановедческий словарь. М.: Рус. яз., 1999; Central Glasgow, An Illustrated Architectural Guide, Charles McKean, David Walker & Frank A Walker, 1999; Longman Dictionary of English Language and Culture, 1998).
с) Введение новой лексики.
Учитель читает новые слова, объясняет их значение:
to convert, to be greeted, to ordain, miracle, distraught, salmon, to malign, to round on, the arms; busy, proud, greedy, strong, brave, loving his motherland, sly, stubborn, good-natured, wise, angry, hot-tempered, kind, ambitious, conscientious, rude, lazy, selfish.
5. Групповая работа с текстом
St. Mungo
In the heart of the city once known as glas ghu (Celtic for “dear green place”) stands the great Cathedral of St. Mungo – its founder and Glasgow’s patron saint.

St. Mungo completed his religious training in Fife, in the mid-sixth century. Then he travelled to the house of a holy man called Fergus, who had been told he would not die until he met someone who would convert the district to Christianity. Soon after being greeted by Mungo, he died.
Mungo placed the body on a cart drawn by two wild bulls and instructed them to go to the place ordained by God. Where the cart stopped, Mungo buried Fergus and founded the church that was to become Glasgow Cathedral.
The Miracle of the Ring
Another legend of St. Mungo tells of a king who gave his wife a ring which she, in turn, gave to a handsome soldier. The king was informed of this and, coming across the soldier asleep on the river-bank, took the ring from his finger and threw it into the Clyde.

St. Mungo Church
Deviously, he then asked his queen if he could have the ring. She sent for the soldier, who of course was unable to produce it. The queen, now distraught, appealed to St. Mungo for help.

St. Mungo Museum
Mungo quickly found the ring in the belly of a salmon taken from the river, and returned it to her. When the king saw the ring was safe, he thought his queen must have been maligned, and rounded on her accusers. The Coat of arms of the City of Glasgow still include a salmon with a ring in its mouth.
By Beryl Beare
From Scotland Myths & Legends
Во время чтения тихо звучит шотландская музыка.
Task 1
In groups read the text “St Mungo”. Are these sentences True or False?
1. In the centre of Glasgow there is a Cathedral.
2. Glasgow Cathedral was founded last century.
3. St Mungo converted the district of Glasgow to Christianity.
4. Fergus chose the place to build the Cathedral.
Task 2
Find the words in the text. Both definitions are possible, but choose thе one which is correct in the text.
1. heart
a) central part;
b) part of the body
2. mid
a) among;
b) the middle of
3. to draw (drawn)
a) to move by pulling;
b) to make with a pen, pencil
6. Работа в парах с текстом
1. In pairs, give a title to each paragraph.
2. In pairs, think about the main idea of the text. Tell it to your teacher.

7. Индивидуальная работа с текстами
1. Why does the coat of arms of Glasgow include a fish with a ring?
2. Read the text “The Miracle of the Ring” and make up 5 questions.
3. Prove that St. Mungo was a nobleman. What do the Scottish legends teach us?

8. Дискуссия
For centuries Russian people are brought up by the characters of legends and tales. They are traditionally heroes, defenders and industrious people.
American comics, which are very popular nowadays, are stories in pictures which are not serious. Kravtsova M. writes that they just entertain and teach nothing. Do you agree with this opinion?
9. Подведение итогов, домашнее задание
Find comics and compare the main character with characters from British and Russian legends.
Photos from www.scotcities.com

Сочинение на английском про Россию с переводом

При написании эссе на тему «Моя родина — Россия!» на английском или на подобную тематику, нужно рассказать о нашей стране с различных аспектов:

Географическое положение
Примерное население
Народы и национальности, населяющие наше государство
Русские традиции и обычаи, особенности менталитета
Культурные и исторические памяти
О двух столицах
О промышленности
У нас великая страна, и нам действительно есть о чем поведать иностранцам. Конечно, затруднительно будет перевести некоторые слова, но помните, что имена собственные не требуют перевода. Так, например, название города Нижний Новгород, не нужно переводить, как Bottom New city, по-английски так и пишется — Nizhni Novgorod. Это же правило относится и к названиям рек, гор и других географических названий.

Смотрите также пример того, как рассказать о своем любимом времени года по-английски в статье «Как назвать времена года по-английски?»
Не забывайте общие правила написания сочинений, так как в этом плане английский ничем не отличается о русского:
Во-первых, выразите тезис или заявите тематику эссе в первом абзаце: Russia is the largest country in the world (Россия — самая великая страна в мире!)
Во-вторых, переходите к доказательству тезиса или развертыванию темы: total area (общая территория), hospitable (гостеприимные)…
В-третьих, В конце рассказа подведите итог всему вышесказанному: I love Russia! (Я люблю Россию!)
Пример сочинения:
I am very proud of the fact I was born and live in Russia!
Russia is washed by twelve seas and three oceans. The capital of Russia is Moscow, with the population of about 10 million people. Saint Petersburg has once been a capital of the country.
The Russian Federation is rich in natural and mineral resources. Russian Federation is a multinational country. They are Russians, Ukrainians, Chukchas, Tatars and many others.
Russia is the country of new possibilities!
Я очень горд тем, я родился и живу в России!
Россия омывается 12-ю морями и тремя океанами. Наша столица — Москва, с численностью населения более 10 миллионов человек. Санкт-Петербург однажды являлся столицей страны.
Российская федерация — богатейшая натуральными и минеральными ресурсами. Это многонациональная страна. Здесь живут русские, украинцы, чукчи, татары и много других.
Россия — страна новых возможностей!
Скачать еще примеры рассказов на английском с переводом на тему «Россия» можно по ссылке ниже.

Сочинение на английском языке с переводом Великая гора

This summer our company of about 35-45 people decided to explore the Crimea Mountains. It is well known they keep many legends and sagas.
We passed through many interesting places of interest and heard a lot of amazing stories. But most of all I liked the legend about the greatest mountain, which name is Demerji. Long time ago conquerors-nomads and hordes gushed to the Crimean lands. Like fiery lava they were descending around the mountains and steppes, and the smell of burning and the smoke were behind them. The Crimean residents didn’t bend their necks; they met their enemies bravely. They killed a lot of uninvited guests. The further they were moving to the depth, the more guns they needed. They came up to the mountain, which was called ‘Fuming’ by the residents. The surrounded people were famous as smiths, and so many handymen gathered in the villages. The masters of warlords gathered around the mountain and were looking at its top with admire. It was tightened with smoke. And the senior warlord decided that it was impossible to find the better place for the bugle. He called one man who differed from the others and whispered him something.
At once he took some warriors and ten residents with him and led them to the top of the mountain. Since that the conquerors were getting the necessary guns. The man with a black beard, a blacksmith, was forging new guns on the top of the mountain. He built a giant smithy. The mountain was rattling all days long. At this smithy the guns were forged from such steel that it hacked different steel but stayed untouched. The conquerors killed everybody. But one day a young brave girl, who decided to stop the murders and slavery, appeared. At night she climbed up to the mountain, came up to the smith and asked to end tortures and go away. But he just smiled and killed the brave girl with the sword, which he had just made. One drop of her blood fell into the mouth of the mountain, and it made noise, not bearing such villainy. All the bugles were destroyed and the lava was gushing. All the conquerors-nomads died. And the peaceful residents were lifted high in the sky by the wind, and, when everything was over, they were put down back. The people looked around and saw their former mountain, but there was no smoke, and there were rocks in which it was possible to discern the smith with a black beard and girl’s head. Since then this mountain has been called Demerji, which means a smith in translation. I admire this legend, and what about you?
Я, как и многие люди люблю путешествовать по красивым местам. Но у меня есть отличительная особенность. Я не езжу по экскурсиям, а предпочитаю ходить пешком.
Эти летом у нас собралась небольшая компания из 35-45 человек, и мы решили пойти по Крымским горам. Как известно они хранят много легенд и сказаний. Мы прошли много красивых мест и слышали разные удивительные истории. Но особенно мне понравилась легенда о самой величественной горе -Демерджи. В далекие-далекие времена хлынули на крымскую землю орды и завоеватели -кочевники. Как огненная лава, растекались они по степям и горам, гарь и дым стелились за ними. Не покорились кочевникам крымские жители, храбро встречали врагов. Много истребили они незваных гостей. И чем дальше в глубь полуострова двигались завоеватели, тем больше нужды в оружие испытывали они. И дошли они до горы, которую местные жители называли «дымящаяся». Славились окрестные жители кузнечным искусством, много умельцев собрались в селениях. Собрались вокруг горы начальники завоевателей, с удивлением они смотрели на ее вершины. Она вся была окутана дымом. И решил старший военачальник, что лучшего горна они не найдут. Он подозвал человека, который выделялся своей внешностью и шепнул ему что-то. Сразу же этот мужчина взял с собой несколько воинов, забрал из деревни десяток жителей и повел их на вершину горы. С той поры начали получать завоеватели новое оружие. Ковал его на вершине чернобородый человек, кузнец. Устроил он гигантскую кузницу. Целыми днями гора гремела. На этой кузнице ковали оружие из такой стали, что рубила она любую другую, а сама не разрубалась. Всех убивали завоеватели. Ну вот нашлась одна храбрая девушка, которая решила прекратить убийства и порабощения. Ночью зашла она на гору, подошла к кузницу и попросила прекратить пытки и уйти. Но он лишь рассмеялся и убил смелую девушку мечем, который только что сделал. Упала капля крови в жерло горы и зашумела горa, не выдержала такого злодейства. Разрушились все горны и хлынула с вершины лава. Погибли все кочевники-завоеватели. А мирных жителей словно ветром подняло высоко в небо, а когда все кончилось, опустило на землю. Оглянулся народ и увидел их прежнюю гору, только не дымилась она больше, а по краям выступили скалы, в которых можно разглядеть чернобородого кузнеца и голову девушки. С тех самых пор гора носит название «Демерджи», что в переводе означает кузнец.

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