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Date: 2006:04:26 12:19:31
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Putna - Cross Hill   favorites  report to moderation

maksim 2010.02.16 [20:12] report to moderation
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constantin.pro 2006.11.29 [20:55] report to moderation
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skoufisy 2006.10.01 [13:53] report to moderation
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alik 2006.05.22 [10:36] report to moderation
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mihaela 2006.05.15 [20:03] report to moderation
:)))
zakgil 2006.05.15 [19:52] report to moderation
..et bonne soirée de la capitale du Québec! :)
Sergei 2006.05.15 [19:32] report to moderation
Et bonsoir aussi de la capitale de la Russie!
mihaela 2006.05.15 [19:04] report to moderation
.. and bonne soir from Bucharest!! :))
zakgil 2006.05.15 [19:04] report to moderation
:)))
mihaela 2006.05.15 [18:56] report to moderation
Merci, Zak!! ;) I think I just like too much to vote! :))
zakgil 2006.05.15 [18:39] report to moderation
oh!! Mihaela, you did not know it is strictly forbidden!!! ;^))
No, seriously, having two accounts is more for showing different category of photos, not for voting. Better choose only one for voting :)
bonne journée!
mihaela 2006.05.15 [17:34] report to moderation
It seems that I voted twice for this photo, from the two accounts! :)
miha 2006.05.14 [17:46] report to moderation
Oh, I am so glad the cross was not put in a musem!! :))
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ica 2006.05.14 [17:41] report to moderation
thank you for your correct remarks, serghei! indeed, the quality of the photo is low, serghei. all i wanted to highlight is the spirit of veneration and peace in this place.
ica 2006.05.14 [17:33] report to moderation
thank you all of you for your comments! also for your support Mihaela (iorga)!!! i intend to place a picture with The Righteous Waivode Saint Stephen the Great here, so this is why my comments regarding him were brief. Regarding the old stone cross from this hill, zakgil, it was moved on the shorter hill nearby.
GuliVar 2006.05.14 [09:02] report to moderation
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Crna Gora 2006.05.13 [19:35] report to moderation
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Dare 2006.05.13 [12:03] report to moderation
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tanja 2006.05.13 [08:36] report to moderation
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dragoj03 2006.05.13 [00:15] report to moderation
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Pit_Zsak_79 2006.05.13 [00:07] report to moderation
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Lekovicl 2006.05.12 [23:57] report to moderation
very interesting photo. You should adjust levels in my mind :)) 3
mihaela 2006.05.12 [22:23] report to moderation
Actually, it is obvious your opinion about the quality of the photo is right, Sergei. My first also scanned photo was like this, remember? But I think that, as you have so much experience would be more useful for such a photo to give a few advices. Like: next time maybe you enhance sharpness and a frame should be suitable. Something like this. :)
marina 2006.05.12 [22:12] report to moderation
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Sergei 2006.05.12 [22:08] report to moderation
Ref. to Mihaela Nedea's (iorga's) commentary:
Yes, you're absolutely right: there're too different criteria of evaluation of the pictures. But in any case, the quality of any posted shot should be more or less acceptable. Sorry, it's my own opinion. It may well be that I'm really wrong.
Be always lucky!
milojevic 2006.05.12 [21:39] report to moderation
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mihaela 2006.05.12 [21:14] report to moderation
The monastery has also a museum. I don't know for sure, but I suppose it is exposed there.
zakgil 2006.05.12 [21:08] report to moderation
original subject! I didn't know about this. And what was done with the old stone cross? 3
mihaela 2006.05.12 [20:58] report to moderation
In my opinion the reason for this is different personal criteria in evaluating a photo, as the site has a special mission.
Sergei 2006.05.12 [20:52] report to moderation
As to the author's and iorga's commentaries, they're very interesting and cognitive. But as to the picture itself (I mean the quality), it leaves much to be desired (to my mind). However nevertheless a lot of people suppose that it's excellent.
Adam Falkowski 2006.05.12 [20:07] report to moderation
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mihaela 2006.05.12 [20:03] report to moderation
Saint Stephen the Great was a waivode for 47 years, and he founded more than 40 monasteries in Moldova, each one after every won battle against the islamists. He also founded a great number of churches all over present Romania and helped more monasteries from Athos. His name is engraved not only like this on this hill, but also in the hearts of Moldavians who venerate him as saint from his time until nowadays. His grave is in the church of Putna Monastery.
See also:
http://www.ststephenfoundation.org/html/stephen.html
Stefan Nemanja 2006.05.12 [19:32] report to moderation
Very interesting to see! 3
moses916 2006.05.12 [19:00] report to moderation
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irenalozowik 2006.05.12 [16:49] report to moderation
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agaf1 2006.05.12 [16:31] report to moderation
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nenadkosovac 2006.05.12 [16:11] report to moderation
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b.backovic 2006.05.12 [16:01] report to moderation
Интересантно!!!! 3
mihaela 2006.05.12 [15:55] report to moderation
The Righteous Waivode Saint Stephen the Great!
mihaela 2006.05.12 [15:52] report to moderation
Super!!!!!!!!!!!! 3

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