Leprechauns kept their gold in caverns below mountains inwhich they mined from places as far away as Scandanavia.There are only 236 Leprechauns left in Ireland now and they live below Foy Mountain in Carlingford Co. Louth Ireland. The gold is still in caverns all around the country which are linked by tunnels to the cavern on Foy mountain.
Legend has it Leprechauns hide their pot of gold at the end of rainbows.
Leprechauns love to hide their gold at the end of rainbows.
Leprechauns hide so we don't steal their gold or their luck.
in a pot at the end of a rainbow
Most people believe leprechauns keep their gold in a black pot (thus the name pot-o'-gold) at the end of a rainbow.
that's me pot of gold.
Legend says that a leprechauns pot of gold will have 1000 gold coins
At the end of the rainbow.
Ireland---where leprechauns live at the bottom of a rainbow wtih a pot of gold :)
According to Irish Folk Tales, it is either the fairies or the Leprechauns who put pots of gold at the end or rainbows. If the fairies have put the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, then it is the Leprechauns who guard the gold.
Usually at the bottom of a rainbow, guarding a pot of gold.
No but if you do believe in them they leave a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow
Leprechauns, the mythological fairy-folk of Ireland, are said to have a pot of gold which can be found at the end of a rainbow.
Of course! Why wouldn't they? It is an ingenious place to hide treasure because of the excellent optical illusion that rainbows are themselves an optical illusion when in fact they do have a definitive beginning and end. Leprechauns have adapted to this technique due to excessive pot o' gold robberies.
By legend, magical powers and their treasure, which is traditionally a 'pot of gold'.
At the end of a rainbow.
They wear green to hide better in keeping you from their gold.
Not at all! It isn't that they despise humans, but if one catches them they lose their pot of gold. This is why leprechauns avoid humans.
Leprechauns are not real. Leprechauns are associated with St. Patrick's Day. The character protects the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Not unless they have magical powers and a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. Leprechauns are mythological Irish elves, not midgets.
Leprechauns aren't real, but in stories, they hide underground.
at the end of the rainbow
they also polish shoes
You have to: A. Capture it and get it's gold in return for setting it free B. Go to the end of a rainbow
Get ready for St. Patrick's day, get balloons, hide the gold, and get a cake.