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Slovakia in the 19th and 20th century – Slavorum

Most of pictures illustrate rural Slovakia and its peasants who are bearers of Slovak folk culture which is basically pagan, thus interesting for Slavdom as such.

Winter in Belgrade, Serbia

I love snow. I love the city covered in snow. I love the city lights glistening in the snow.

Polana Chochołowska, Tatry

Located at the foot of the Tatra Mountains, Zakopane is Poland’s best-known mountain resort. With streets and rooftops that are especially picturesque when covered in snow, Zakopane is probably one of the most incredible places to go for Christmas.

Photograph by Jakub Polomski | polomski.art.pl The Tatra Mountains, also known as the ‘Tatras’ or ‘Tatra’, are a mountain range which forms a natural border between Slovakia and Poland. The peaks of Gerlach (Slovakia) and Rysy (Poland) represent the highest points in each country.

Spirit of Tatra Mountains - Summer by Jakub Polomski. The Tatra Mountains form a natural border between Slovakia & Poland.

Slovakia, Ružomberok - Ružomberok stairs and St. Andrew's Church

Ružomberok - stairs towards Rynok and St. Andrew's Church - my hometown!

Výstup na Rysy    Nádherný panoramatický výhľad je odmenou za náročný výstup na jeden z najkrajších vrcholov Tatier – Rysy, hraničný štít medzi Slovenskom a Poľskom na hlavnom hrebeni Vysokých Tatier.

Turistika v Tatrách: Výstup na Rysy

Výstup na Rysy Nádherný panoramatický výhľad je odmenou za náročný výstup na jeden z najkrajších vrcholov Tatier – Rysy, hraničný štít medzi Slovenskom a Poľskom na hlavnom hrebeni Vysokých Tatier.

with the good book, surrounded by history, nature, beauty, tranquility... undisturbed here lying in the grass. peace.

St Martin’s Cathedral in Spišská Kapitula with the Spišský hrad Castle in background

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