- There are several 'skansen' in Poland. I didn't get a chance to see
any of them while I was there, though.
P.S. I was the steward for an equestrian event this weekend. There
are some pics at: http://www.cs.usu.edu/~watson/coteduciel/equestrian
I'm the fuzzy one in the furry hat on the bottom row of pics.
--- In email@example.com, "Alastair Millar" <alastair@i...> wrote:
> Ilijana wrote...
> >There is (or was 30 years ago) suck a "park" in
> >or near Stockholm. It was called Skansen Park.
> A quick dive into my 'Akademicky slovnik cizich slov' (Prague,
> 1995) confirms that the Czech word comes from the proper name.
Isn't it used
> in other languages as well, though? German, maybe?
> Alastair Millar, BSc(Hons)
> Consultancy and translation for the heritage industry
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- --- Olan Mikkelsen <landolf@...> wrote:
> There are several 'skansen' in Poland. I didn't get a chance toOo. Horsies. I'm sending this to my household sister, who is the EK
> any of them while I was there, though.
> P.S. I was the steward for an equestrian event this weekend. There
> are some pics at:
> I'm the fuzzy one in the furry hat on the bottom row of pics.
Equestrian WebMinister and avowed horse nut. I love em too, but
don't have time/money for lessons (gotta get that black belt before I
take up another sport!). Thanks, Landolf!
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