11760[Slovak-World] Re: Votrubova Chata
- Mar 2, 2005"Chata" is a hut, while "chyz~a" is a cottage. My parents never
referred to their home in the village as anything other than "nas~a
>>> sandman6294@... 03/02/05 1:07 AM >>>
--- In Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com, "amiak27" <rmat@p...> wrote:
> The three photos are loaded at the Photos part of the
> site under "Votruba Hut". I will take the photos down in a few
> weeks. They are a beautiful example of a traditional hut in the
> European mountains. It is a nice look back in time.
What a difference about 15 degrees in latitude (49 vs 35) makes.
I've been living at 1675 meters for 43 years and we don't have
mountain brigades and skiing here. By the way, anyone know what the
difference between "chata" and "chyz^a" is?
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