A statue of a Turul bird, a mythical falcon or eagle of the ancient Magyars.

A statue of a Turul bird, a mythical falcon of the ancient Magyars in Hungarian culture.

Magyar Mythology

A Turul is a legendary creature from Hungarian folklore, usually depicted as a large black falcon. It is a divine messenger and perches on top of the Tree of Life. It represents power and strength and is seen as a protector of the Hungarian people.

A magyar jelképek (világmodellek, címer, tulipán, Nimród tamga, turulmadár, csodaszarvas és Szent Korona) hieroglifikus jeleket hordoznak, amelyek szimbolikája a székely rovásjelekkel értelmezhető

A magyar jelképek (világmodellek, címer, tulipán, Nimród tamga, turulmadár, csodaszarvas és Szent Korona) hieroglifikus jeleket hordoznak, amelyek szimbolikája a székely rovásjelekkel értelmezhető

The Turul is the most important bird in the origin myth of the Magyars (Hungarian people). It is a divine messenger, and perches on top of the tree of life along with the other spirits of unborn children in the form of birds. "Turul buda castle1" by Peter Brown from Dublin, Ireland - BP045 The Turul. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Turul_buda_castle1.jpg#mediaviewer/File:Turul_buda_castle1.jpg

Turul Bird, mythical bird if the Magyar (Hungarian) people. Legend has it that the Turul Bird showed Hungarians where to settle.

Tatabánya - turul madár

Tatabánya - turul madár

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