Who are homlins and where do they live
Each city has its own riddles. And Kaliningrad is no exception. On its streets you can meet fabulous creatures — homlins. Who are they and what are they famous for? This is what our article will tell you about.
Homlins are fabulous little men. They live in houses and courtyards, in forests and on the Baltic Sea coast. Brownies have a contradictory disposition: they can help people, or they can play pranks. Lost the keys to the house? Surely this is the tricks of the Homlins.
Kaliningrad brownies are also excellent craftsmen. They make amazing products from natural materials with love and care: wood, clay and amber. Kids are ready to share their secrets with people. A whole workshop has been opened in the city, where you will be taught the secrets of working with amber.
It is very difficult to see tiny brownies: they try to hide from people. But sometimes they still show up: small, only as tall as the palm of an adult, they have a big head, mouse ears, which makes them outwardly similar to good-natured dwarfs.
The Homlin family is big. There are old people among them — Grandfather Karl and grandmother Marta. There are many children and young people. Brownies have been living for more than a thousand years. And the secret of the longevity of the little men is hard work and work with medicinal herbs and roots.
Where can I find Homlin?
Seven bronze miniatures have been installed in Kaliningrad today:
grandpa Karl — on the Honey Bridge;
grandma Marta — near the Amber Museum;
young sailor Vitek — next to the research vessel "Vityaz" on the embankment;
baby Ulya — at the entrance to the zoo;
mom homlin — at the entrance to the Wrangel Tower;
grandson Antoshka — near the Altes Haus Museum;
Papa Leo — next to the Museum of Fine Arts.
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