SYBERYJSKA CHATA

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Comments (6)

Marek Zdziechowski on February 13, 2009

ładny styl,,,pozdrawiam Marek

Olga I. Yakovenko on February 23, 2009

In principle, the term ''hata'' comes from Urainian and has in the origin an old Hunrian word for "house". Russian term for especially wooden log houses was 'Izba", which has common slave origin, coming from the word which signified heating - and the place - the stove for heating. Izba is a house made around a stove. Olga

Hubert S on February 23, 2009

Olga - izba in Polish is just a single room. So wooden hut in Polish is not izba ;) But ziba in Polish old houses is usually near the stove but with separate kitchen. BTW pretty building ;)

Hubert

Olga I. Yakovenko on February 24, 2009

Here lies the difference in langages. Roots were common and then everybody understands the life in its manner... :-) Olga

kazimiro11 on November 15, 2009

A gdzie Cię az tam poniosło?? Piękne foto.Pozdr. z Warmii. Kaz.

Борис Бусоргин on April 23, 2013

Красивые наличники!

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  • Uploaded on February 12, 2009
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    by tadekpta
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70s
    • Taken on 2007/06/23 04:59:08
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/1000)
    • Focal Length: 52.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/13.000
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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