Do you think legendary places are real?

Filed Under (Questions) by Clara on 26-10-2011

Like Camelot, Atlantis, Shangri-la and other places that you think are real.

I think they are real because Atlantis is probably at the bottom of the sea, Shangri-la is probably high, high, high in the mountains where no one can find it. Camelot is probably real and it is somewhere underground.

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Valerie on 26 October, 2011 at 9:49 pm #

Good question! I’ve always wondered if Noah’s Ark was hiding somewhere too. I’m not sure about Shangri-la or Camelot but I have a hunch that Atlantis is at the bottom of the sea like you said.

Mel on 26 October, 2011 at 10:31 pm #

I think Atlantis is at the bottom of the sea, and I think someone will find it!

Since Shangri-La is from a fiction book, and Camelot came from a poem, I think they are both fictional places.

Now I have a question for you – which of these legendary places would you like to visit?

Dad on 26 October, 2011 at 10:53 pm #

Yes…I beleive there are many places that we have yet to find. Ithere is always a bit of truth in all stories. I have seen cities of gold in my many travels. I have also seen unknown cities under the water and carved into the sides of mountions. we all think we know so much but we have yet so much more to discover.

Sandy on 27 October, 2011 at 5:11 am #

This is a great question!! I agree with the poster right above me and believe that Atlantis is only real one. I don’t think it will be discovered in our time though.

I think that this was part of an ever-changing earth and was likely a part of how things were in ancient biblical times.

Like the previous poster, I’d like to know which of these places, real or not, you’d like to visit and why!

Mrs. Stading on 27 October, 2011 at 1:28 pm #

I think people have their own Shangri-las…beautiful places where they think all their dreams will come true. The very luckiest of people find their Shangri-la even if it isn’t the one referred to up in the mountains of Asia.

One place you didn’t mention is El Dorado, and I think it has had a huge impact on our lives even if it isn’t real. Spanish Conquistadors searched for this mythical city of gold. They never found it, but in the process they ‘discovered’ parts of the Americas and affected the settlement and future of those areas.

Do you think those explorers had any idea they would be so influential hundreds of years later?

Mrs. Pancratz on 27 October, 2011 at 3:41 pm #

Just because something is legendary or even a myth, does that mean it isn’t real? Could the ideas these places represent be real and the physical place not actually exist?

Kriste on 27 October, 2011 at 4:32 pm #

I believe you and I think alot alike. Just because we can’t see them doesn’t mean they are not there. I firmly believe that legends are based on “truths”. Did you know not too long ago they found part of what people believe is the Ark? Way, way up in some mountains. Hmmmmm, how did it get there?

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