The Three Siblings.
An oak and two beeches growing as if it was one tree. Legend says that they were planted by three children - a prince and two princesses - to mark where they belonged. They were sent away by their mother, the queen, who wated them safe. She was married to a brutal king, but had been unfaithful with a simple shepherd, who had fathered the children. When the king found out, he had the shepherd killed, and when the queen feared that she and her children were next, she sent them away. As long as the trees grow, the heirs to the prince and the princesses are alive and will one day be back to claim their kingdom.