Tower of London loses a raven

The Tower of London has lost one of its native ravens and has come one step closer to legend following the collapse of the United Kingdom. It says that if Britain leaves at least six groups of birds – raves – the famous attraction Photo: Natasha Marie Brown / epa / dpa

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Londoners have lost a baggage. At first glance, that sounds like a rather harmless message, however, the island can be a fatal gesture to the monarchy.

London (AP) – The Tower of London has lost one of its homely Ravanas. Legend has it that the United Kingdom has come to a close with its downfall.

The Tower of London team shared on Twitter, “Our beloved Raveen Merlina has not been seen on the Tower for several weeks, and her continued absence makes us believe she has passed away tragically”.this. “whyNow there are seven Ravanas here on the tower – one of the essential six. “

Legend has it that when Britain leaves a famous landmark – a group of at least six birds – goes under it. “If the remains of the Tower of London are lost or fly away, then the crown – and with it Great Britain” – then the centuries-old superstition goes away.

The Tower team now hopes that its raven rearing program will succeed soon and that it is feared – despite the epidemic and Brexit chaos – may still be postponed.

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