In the garden of the Hesperides, which was located on the Canary Islands, the Hesperides guarded the tree of golden apples together with the dragon Ladon. This golden fruit conferred immortality, and stealing it was one of Heracles‘ twelve labours.
El Dragón gigante en el jardín de las Hespérides
In Greek mythology, Ladon is a dragon guarding the apples of the Hesperides.
Ladon was a hundred-headed dragon that in the garden of the Hesperides guarded the tree of golden apples.
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In Greek mythology, the Hesperides are the nymphs that, together with the dragon Ladon guarded the tree of golden apples.
Heracles is a Greek hero famous for his strength.
One of his twelve labours was to steal the golden apples from the garden of the Hesperides.