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Old 06-21-2009, 03:57 PM   #65 (permalink)
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Default Re: Bananas in our gardens

Originally Posted by Dalmatiansoap View Post
Our building tehnology layers on much concrete and irons. It is common way of building nowdays, anything else cost too much and we still didnt achive Yours (EU) standards.
We are still mediterrannian as it used to be.
BTW Nikola Tesla was Serbian born and lived in Croatia.
"A man is defined by where he lives, not where he was born."

Yet Russians forget about this quotation.
I must admit that it goes down the hill with Serbia. I have many classmates from Serbia (because the Serbia was repopulated by Slovaks and Hungarian after the Turkish and Osman invasion to Europe), but they are way behind Tesla. Well, he was classy.

I like the mediterranean architecture, smaller buildings, large gardens, that's how it should be. If I showed you the view on one part of Bratislava (its close to the term 'slum'), you wouldn't stop vomitting for hours. Terrible. EU standards. To hell with them, there's no grass in my city, 200 year old trees were cut after the winter to "fortify the Danube", but some people corrupted the city council and so now instead of trees we will have luxorious appartments on the Danube.
Really? Standards?
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