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This painting by German artist Wilhelm von Kaulbach (1805-1874) shows an angel guarding a sleeping child.

This painting by German artist Wilhelm von Kaulbach (1805-1874) shows an angel guarding a sleeping child.

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Friedhof Melaten Köln / Melaten Cemetery Cologne

Friedhof Melaten Köln / Melaten Cemetery Cologne

Aarakocra - Google Search

Aarakocra - Google Search

Stribog, in East Slavic mythology, the god of wind, born from the breath of Rod. His name goes back to the ancient roots of "Strega", which means "big", "paternal uncle." Such a value is found in "The Song of Igor's Campaign", where the winds are called "stribozhimi grandchildren." Being a master of wind Stribog can cause or stop a storm front, or any other phenomenon associated with the wind.Slavs celebrate day Stribog August 21.

Stribog, in East Slavic mythology, the god of wind, born from the breath of Rod. His name goes back to the ancient roots of "Strega", which means "big", "paternal uncle." Such a value is found in "The Song of Igor's Campaign", where the winds are called "stribozhimi grandchildren." Being a master of wind Stribog can cause or stop a storm front, or any other phenomenon associated with the wind.Slavs celebrate day Stribog August 21.