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Postby andreeacorodeanu » Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:03 am

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Postby visentin » Fri Mar 05, 2010 8:42 pm


Elbe Sandstone or central Sudetes ?
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Postby Mihai Tanase » Fri Mar 05, 2010 8:54 pm

yatsek wrote:I've decided to open up a new forum under the banner of the mountains of East Central Europe. Please use the English language (not necessarily correct :) ) ]

Sori bat ai daunt spic inglis onli rumenian :cry: Uat ai hev tudu :mrgreen: Bai za uei uat iz za parpas of dis trend :roll:
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Postby yatsek » Fri Mar 05, 2010 9:58 pm

simpson wrote:Concerning the Romani language, I found:
bar for stone
tom and poštas for hill
vešk for mountain. Of course there is the Wiki link, but with no mountain vocabulary. The digits (page bottom) certainly come in handy though.

No dictionary but a well-known Romany (Roma) song and a series of pictures of the Svydovets (just one SP pic so far), one of the highest (and extensively grazed for ages) mountain ranges of the NE Carpathians
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Postby yatsek » Fri Mar 05, 2010 10:12 pm

Mihai Tanase wrote:
yatsek wrote:I've decided to open up a new forum under the banner of the mountains of East Central Europe. Please use the English language (not necessarily correct :) ) ]

Sori bat ai daunt spic inglis onli rumenian :cry: Uat ai hev tudu :mrgreen: Bai za uei uat iz za parpas of dis trend :roll:

Thanks Mihai for using English despite your being unable to use it :lol: Also, thanks for a nice example of incorrect but communicative English :!: :D
The main purpose is to exchange any info about the mountains and hills of East Central Europe here.
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Postby yatsek » Fri Mar 05, 2010 10:19 pm

visentin wrote:

Elbe Sandstone or central Sudetes ?


This will be the Prachov Rocks, part of the "Czech Paradise"
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Postby yatsek » Sat Mar 06, 2010 12:06 am

simpson wrote:I think that the title song does not originate from East Central Europe, but first bloomed somewhere closer to the Dinarides

Right you are. But it's the author of the video's "fault" :)
AFAIR This tune was created by some Muslim Roma from the Balkans, i.e. Southeastern Europe, which I hold dear too (which my current profile pic is proof of :D )
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Postby yatsek » Sat Mar 06, 2010 10:45 am

simpson wrote:Jacek, why is the title to this topic spelled with capitals?

Because it's more IMPORTANT :D than pretty umbrellas 8)
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Postby yatsek » Sat Mar 06, 2010 11:48 am

Hmm, not this song? :wink:
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Postby Mihai Tanase » Sat Mar 06, 2010 12:37 pm

This section give acces to many pages about all romanians mountains, only in romanian :) http://www.carpati.org/ghid/
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Postby yatsek » Sat Mar 06, 2010 2:32 pm

simpson wrote: I visited East Carpathians "forehills" on the Moldovean side of things (train from Bucuresti), and much enjoyed my stay in Romania. Also played a lot with a Botosan musician.

The following site is terrific AFA the music is concerned.

simpson wrote:BTW Jacek, why is the title to this topic spelled with capitals?

OK Point taken. Now I hope Peterbud will remember this thread works. :)

Mihai Tanase wrote:This section give acces to many pages about all romanians mountains, only in romanian :) http://www.carpati.org/ghid/

If one knows that harti stands for maps, it works very well. :) I've used it for a few years now.
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Postby Mihai Tanase » Sat Mar 06, 2010 2:41 pm

yatsek wrote:
Mihai Tanase wrote:This section give acces to many pages about all romanians mountains, only in romanian :) http://www.carpati.org/ghid/

If one knows that harti stands for maps, it works very well. :) I've used it for a few years now.

Harta = map
Harti = maps (several maps :mrgreen: )
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Postby peterbud » Sat Mar 06, 2010 3:26 pm

Noooo, this song :wink:

All right, only the beginning part is in Hungarian (btw thanks for the link, Jacek)

As for the the original film, it is terrific, I mean a really great piece!

yatsek wrote:Hmm, not this song? :wink:
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Postby yatsek » Sat Mar 06, 2010 6:51 pm

peterbud wrote:As for the the original film, it is terrific, I mean a really great piece!
yatsek wrote:Hmm, not this song? :wink:

Personally, I do find both the soundtrack and the camerawork memorable. Thanks, Borut, for the online tracks leading to more of the movie.

Now a little riddle for those who don't know:
Whereabouts - that is to say in which mountains exactly - can one find this cold, i.e. this cool forest and gorges?
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Postby visentin » Tue Mar 09, 2010 8:10 am

yatsek wrote::oops: Talking of vodka, I must admit I've never liked it - I guess I must have fewer Slavic genes than expected (or could this actually mean more South Slavic genes?)
BTW A little text about the old border and Polish-Magyar struggles in the Podhale/Spisz; including bits about those bad :evil: Hungarian settlers. :lol:

I'm also not a fan of Vodka. Only Simpson is ! As for me, if you take me to the Sudetes, I'd rather dring a pint of Opat. Further East, I'd opt for a Demänovka or a Spišská Borovi?ka :)

peterbud wrote:
visentin wrote:Come on, you are still on about those bad jokes about your patronym ? I thought that you forgot it after a glass of Vodka ! :)


BTW did you solve the enigm, Eric? :)


NO ! :x
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