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Bardzo piekne zdjecia, dzienkuje ;)
 

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devinci said:
Czy te polskie flagi w lublinie zawsze tak wisza (w calym miescie)?

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Ale zes palnal cytat miesiaca.
 

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^^ tsk tsk, jak mozna zapomniec o takim wielkiem dniu! :D ;) zartuje, tez pracuje za duzo to nie dalem rady nijakie celebracje robic. :p
 

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BL said:
i have noticed that polish town look great at least this "mada-by-german-parts"
Lublin is in eastern Poland - those territories were occupied by Russians, not Germans.

 

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I like this city. Very "Romantic-looking".

I can see the Communist influence but looks very nice and bright. :)
 

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Does this word/name Lublin have some particular meaning in Polish?

In Croatian it would be "Lubljen", and that would mean kissed, or loved ;)

:cheers:
 

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Gummo said:
WTF!?!?!
Lublin has a typical polish architecture
Was just about to say the same thing. Lublin looks like your quintessential Polish town.

BTW, its a pleasant looking town I may add.
 

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It does remind a lot of Ljubljana, doesn't it?;)
Very nice city, looks like the mayor doesn't have a lot of work left to do:yes:
 

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bubach_hlubach said:
Does this word/name Lublin have some particular meaning in Polish?

In Croatian it would be "Lubljen", and that would mean kissed, or loved ;)

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The name has no exact meaning, some people associate it with the verb "lubić" which means in Polish "to like", but this is not correct. A scientific, historical explanation (or rather hypothesis) is that the name derives from the name of a duke (?) Lublo, supposed founder of the city.
 

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halevi said:
The name has no exact meaning, some people associate it with the verb "lubić" which means in Polish "to like", but this is not correct. A scientific, historical explanation (or rather hypothesis) is that the name derives from the name of a duke (?) Lublo, supposed founder of the city.
Oh pitty, i did too associate its name with "to like" or "to love", now this sweet impression over the name is gone ;)
Thank for your explanation, anyway :)

Very lubić looking city :D :)

:cheers:
 
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