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[img width=427 height=700]http://2zayats2.users.photofile.ru/photo/2zayats2/115638222/207910255.jpg” />

I'm curious to know how much of this is actually Slavic (the pattern)? I see the Rece Boga and some Swastikas. But is that style/pattern Slavic, or is it simply a "tribal design?"

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I don't know if it's been mentioned in this thread already, as I did not read all the messages, Christian tattooing in Bosnia and Herzegovina was widespread custom among members of the Croatian Roman Catholic community during the Turkish occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1463–1878) and up until the 20th century.

Does anyone recognise any Slavic symbols on these tattoes: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Traditional-Tattoo-in-Europe/211993018817467?sk=wall

The  image below looks like a picture of the Sun with Christian  cross in the middle, which itself is the adaptation of Celtic cross.

[img width=525 height=700]http://sphotos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/534401_498224370189565_204351166_n.jpg” />

I would also like know if anyone knows the meaning of some of these Croatian Roman Catholic tattoos.

(I'm thinking of a sleeve. I just don't know if I want to get a Tree of Life, or a Slavic "tribal" (I hate that word when it comes to tattoos) band.)

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