Rome’s city emblem is very interesting: two children fall under the mother Wolf to breastfeed, which contains the story of the origin of Rome.
Legend has it that Numitore, the Latino king, was banished by discovering Amulio. Seeing that the Numitore system was about to become extinct, his daughter Sylvia married the Waratahs and gave birth to a pair of twins. Amulio was furious about it, he killed Sylvia and put her twins in the bamboo basket and threw them into the river. However, the twins drifted to the river and were picked up by a female wolf and fed. Years later, when a hunter found them, he adopted them and raised them, one named Lemo, and one named Ross. The two brothers practiced a skill, killed the usurper king, and reported the vendetta of killing his mother. Romo built a city and named it “Solomon” after himself, and then slowly became “Rome.”
The Romans were valiant and aggressive because their ancestors were the sons of the Waratahs who grew up drinking wolf milk. In the centuries that followed, through several battles, Rome became a vast empire, raising the Emperors of Caesar, Augustus and other and, and later became the birthplace of the Renaissance. Rome, in the past thousand years, is a major political, economic and transportation center of the west, known as the “Eternal City.” And because the Holy See is also located in the Vatican in the city of Rome, Christians come from all directions to make pilgrimages, so there is a “road through Rome” statement.
The City of Dreams-Bangkok
In the 18th century century, the invading army attacked Thailand and go straight the capital of Nakhon. Thailand’s King of the army to hit, although the victory, but Nakhon has been destroyed beyond recognition. As the king prepared to rebuild the capital, he had a dream: to dream of the grandeur of the reconstructed capital, but was soon blown up by a gust of wind and became a pile of rubble. The king himself sank slowly. At this time, a big bird on the face of a bird saved him. The king looked at it carefully, and it was a first king. First King warned him that he had to re-choose an auspicious treasure as the capital, and then threw him a piece of paper. There is a big white elephant on the paper, a golden ball on top of its head, a silver ball in the nose, standing in a huge fruit box. The fruit box is also full of plantain, durian, mango, red maudan, ginseng fruit and so on.
After waking up, the king asked people to recreate the paintings in their dreams, and took people around looking for this treasure, looking for a long time, and no results. At this time, the king around the most intelligent and capable entourage, voluntarily set up a military writ, limited to a year of time, find treasure, if not, then duty. The entourage live rough, looking for 364 days, still did not find the treasure. On the last day, he went into a forest with exhaustion and fell asleep. Early the next morning, he opened his eyes and saw the sun in the sky at a glance, like a glittering fireball, he rushed out of the woods, in front of a blue bay, the sun reflected in the sea, became a silver ball. He looked at the woods in front of him, and he was filled with all kinds of fruits. He was overjoyed and brought the king to his line. The forest is located on the Chao Phraya Delta, the earliest of Bangkok.
The city where the goddess Won-Athens
One day, the goddess of wisdom, Athena, and the sea god Poseidon came over Greece. They looked down, amazed at the beauty and richness of the land, and wanted to take it for themselves. The two men squabbled over it and were at odds with each other. At last the scene went to Zeus. After hearing their argument and deliberating with the gods, Zeus decided to let Athena and Poseidon a local comparison before making a decision. So Athena and Poseidon both did everything they could to show their ability. First of all, Poseidon put the fork to the ground, suddenly waves tumbling, he wants to show that he has the force of the mountains, can establish a strong hegemony. Athena then threw her spear to the ground, where a vibrant, fruitful olive tree grew, hoping to make the local population clothed and living in peace and contentment. As a result, the gods were unanimous in their preference for Athena and agreed to her as the patron god of the city. The local people were also very happy to accept her and named the capital “Athens” after her.