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Old March 23rd, 2012, 05:13 PM   #5921
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Never heard of it
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 05:25 PM   #5922
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vegeta_%28food%29


http://www.swisslion-takovo.com/proi...tori/eurocrem/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurocrem
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 05:27 PM   #5923
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Yeah, I know, I already seen the wiki page. It's there that I realized I've never heard it. Is it sold in Germany too? 'Cause I don't remeber having seen it in stores while I was living there.
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 05:29 PM   #5924
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I bought Vegeta in Kaufland here, so yes, it's sold in Germany .
Eurocrem, I didn't see on the market, but in a Turkish shop, I did, 1€ a chocolate tablet.
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 05:39 PM   #5925
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Well, I've never even heard of Eurocrem, even though they make it here in Brescia In Italy of course Nutella is king of the market, and second it's probably Crema Novi:


But I learned to make excellent hazelnut cream on my own, so I don't buy either
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 05:44 PM   #5926
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I still call every kind of hazelnut cream "eurocrem". (although I doubt they still sell it here)
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 06:47 PM   #5927
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You can find Eurocrem in Serbia for sure, I know I bought last year.
Also in Timisoara, a little more expensive...
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 09:07 PM   #5928
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The Dutch are even in East Germany

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Dutch people... no, better yet: Dutch cars are everywhere.

It was posted in a Spanish thread about road and motorways history.

AP-7 motorway in the border Spain-France was open in the 70s and one forumer posted a scanned page of the newspaper where it appeared the news.

The news said that the first car crossing that border was Dutch.
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 09:16 PM   #5929
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And still is popular . We called it "supco".
Also popular were Eurocrem and Cipiripi.
Cipiripi its great,but Kinder-Lada(today Lino-Lada)is even better.I can eat a whole Glas on one day

We were in Constanta the first year after Causescu´s death and it was very interesting to see how a eastern europe beach on the black sea looks compare with some beaches in spain or italy,today its completely differend
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Old March 25th, 2012, 09:27 AM   #5930
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Border between Slovakia (Trstené pri Hornáde) and Hungary (Kéked).
Border line is there from 1920 when was the (Czecho)Slovak-Hungarian border confirmed definitively in Trianon.

Situation on map from 1927 (Nádošt = Trstené pri Hornáde, SK).


Situation on map from 1958.


There is currently only loose-surface road - a new asphalt road for regular traffic (6,5 m wide) is expected in June 2012.

Current situation from Google Earth.


Border stones (S = Slovensko, Slovakia; MO = Magyarország, Hungary):


Border line in the middle - on the left side Slovakia, on the right side Hungary.


Border line goes along the right side of burnt field. Left side - Hungary, right side - Slovakia.


Old table POZOR! Štátna hranica (DAGNER! State border) on Slovakian side (from pre-Schengen era).


Slovakian side, ca. 200 meters from border line. This house was a seat of Czechoslovak financial guard in 1930'-es. Today it's an apartment house.


Look from Hungarian side to Slovakia (ca. 200 m from border line)
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Old March 26th, 2012, 11:20 AM   #5931
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A crossing at an altitude of over 3000m a.s.l:
(actual Swiss border is about 100m ahead, signed by a large Swiss cross on the ski run)

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Old March 26th, 2012, 12:28 PM   #5932
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Are they any border controls down sky resort?
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The resorts (villages) down at the base are entirely in their respective countries, so no border controls there. Also, there weren't any installations up there on the slopes.
You may, however, have customs officers patrolling on skis at the actual border line. They may then ask for an ID and if there is anything to declare.
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but... what about if you go skiing and you use for a border crossing illegally? are they enough controls there or they have self controls in their villages?
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but... what about if you go skiing and you use for a border crossing illegally? are they enough controls there or they have self controls in their villages?
Switzerland has joined the Schengen agreement. So no problem.
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Is there still border control between Austria and Liechtenstein?
Do you get a stamp on your passport?
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Is there still border control between Austria and Liechtenstein?
Do you get a stamp on your passport?
No, also Liechtenstein joined Schengen last December.
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Switzerland has joined the Schengen agreement. So no problem.
Well there can be some if you are smuggling, since Switzerland is not in the EU customs area. You could e.g. transport large amounts of cash, or some expensive new watch undeclared, which is against the law.
But concerning this, the same applies to ski runs as to "green borders" down in the valley - you don't have a customs officer every 50 meters.
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Do you get a stamp on your passport?
No, you don't get a stamp on your passport at the border crossing, but I know that there is a tourist office in Vaduz where (for a fee ~5€) you can get your passoport stampped with a Liechtenstein visa.
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Well there can be some if you are smuggling, since Switzerland is not in the EU customs area. You could e.g. transport large amounts of cash, or some expensive new watch undeclared, which is against the law.
But concerning this, the same applies to ski runs as to "green borders" down in the valley - you don't have a customs officer every 50 meters.
Yes, of course, but that does not make the border crossing itself illegal. The border crossing is legal and the smuggling is illegal.
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