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Nice photos, Puchacz!

I agree, good stuff. I really want to go there.

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BTW Husarz, this site is too ancient to be called "Slavic Aryan Temple". ;) Around this times in Central Asia/Eastern Europe (1,700 BC/2,000 BC, depending on source), there were Indo-European horse nomads (Scythians and Sarmatians) ruling this lands. Though indeed they were to be great part of our Slavic ethnogenesis, Slavs as such didn't settle in this lands until MUCH later.

Yeah, I sort of see what you're saying. That's why I put "Ancient Slavic" with the same idea as "Ancient Greek" and "Ancient Roman" being precursors to contemporary peoples, though only in part. However, your description is probably more accurate.

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