Sasa, I am really proud on you! You redesigned the page in the best possible manner. Thank you for adopting our Triglav; with 'our' I mean yours and mine and everybody else's.
Cao Vid. Nadam se da su dani lose Triglav stranice gotovi :-) Take a look at it now.
Hvala ti Vid, puno puno. Drago mi je da ti se svidja novo ruho stranice NASEG Triglava.
Sasa, I made you some work, sorry for that. I asked elves to delete the old photo of Triglav, which Ulrich Prinz posted, but was mine. Now I posted a new one in higher resolution. ID=176424. So, please update the link on Triglav's page.
9 Dec 2003: Oops, I somehow missed Aleksandar's message. Great page! In fact--FANTASTIC page!
The author of this page has disappeared. As there is a candidate to adopt this page, let's temporary lower the raitings. Triglav deserves a better page!!!
Hi mpbro. Maybe you want to revisit Triglav page after I adopted and completely rebuild it.
mbpro, I would like to give you into consideration changing your vote on the triglav page. It is still rated as "zero stars" and after adoptation by Aleksandr Gospic it has been really turned into a very good page.
I never vote for my pages. I submited vote for Triglav page before I adopted it and it can't be erased. All I can do is change it.
This page has been extremely good and informative! Guess I have to visit Slovenia :)
Hi Panda. Maybe you want to revisit Triglav page after I adopted and completely rebuild it.
Wow, what a lot of work. The Triglav is one of the mountains "on my list" ....
Thanks kletterwebbi! It really was lot of work. Triglav should definitely be on your list, amazing mountain.
Sorry that due to bad maintainership before adoption this page is still not displayed with full four votes: Now it belonges to the better ones on Summitpost.
Tallest peak in the Julian Alps- a domicile of the gods. Located in its nature park and having lots prominence since the park's elevation is from 180m to the top. A former criticism was lack of description. That has been changed-very complete and well written.
One name even includes the German double S- the one looking like a "beta"!
Thanks Mark! Your comments are always original :-)
A beautiful page on a sacred mountain I hope to visit and climb this beauty one day.
Thanks Tim! I hope you'll visit also, it is well worth it. But don't forget, once on Triglav Velebit is also close :-)