Yggdrasil, also known as the tree of life or universe ash, is an evergreen ash tree known in Norse mythology, whose roots and branches hold the nine worlds together. From its root emanates the source that fills the well of knowledge, guarded by Mímir.
At the foot of the imperishable ash tree was the god Heimdall, who was in charge of protecting it from the attacks of the dragon Níðhöggr and a multitude of worms that tried to corrode its roots and overthrow the gods it represented. But he also had the help of the Norns, who took care of him by watering him with the waters of the Urd well. A bridge linked the Yggdrasil with the abode of the gods, the Bifröst, the rainbow, in such a way that all the gods who wanted to reach Midgard had to cross it.
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