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Great holmertz 2021-05-03 7:20

Hello György,
These are three rather curious photos, but they're all interesting. I wonder what strange rituals have been performed at the pagan altar, which seems to be adorned with what looks like Buddhist prayer flags. The WS also surprise me. Who built the hut and what was it used for? The wide angle lens handels the sharpness and colours well.
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Gert

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Old 05-03-2021, 05:27 PM
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malgo

pesquisei o nome polonês dele na internet e encontrei que significava auroque, que é um boi primitivo, mas a sua versão parece mais verossímil, pode ser um turco que foi para a polônia. na verdade ele tem antepassados poloneses ou ucranianos, portugueses e outros..
sim eu conheço o artista, hoje mesmo eu o vi passando de carro e mesmo ontem eu sugeri ao prefeito fazer um painel em homenagem aos 200 anos da independência do brasil numa fachada abandonada da praça usando a arte dele. ele ficou de pensar. --- o artista é uma pessoa simples, e a cada trabalho vai melhorando seu estilo.

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Hah, Jorge, At first I couldn't understand what have you meant. Aurochs, the ancestor of domestic cattle, lived in the Polish area, the last cow was dead in 1627. The Polish kings had the privilege to hunt them. It was called tur, and turek would be a "small tur" which is rather funny.
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