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  • #342149

    Anonymous

    members of different Slavic groups did you meet in real life? 


    My repertoire is poor on this one but I wanted to see what are your experiences. I have met only Serbs,Croats and Montenegrins in person. 

    #363312

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    members of different Slavic groups did you meet in real life?


    My repertoire is poor on this one but I wanted to see what are your experiences.
    I have met only Serbs,Croats and Montenegrins in person. 

    I can only add Bosniaks to your list.

    #363313

    Anonymous

    I can only add Bosniaks to your list

    I believe that list of Slavs outside of Balkans will be much more richer, we are poor and doomed only to ourselves. :D

    #363314

    Anonymous

    I think i only haven't met Belorussians…There's practically a sea of tourists from all over Europe in Croatia during summer so i had the chance to meet all…

    This weekend for example we were hanging out and drinking with 1 bulgarian, 1 french and 4 german girls behind our Cathedral :P
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    #363315

    Anonymous

    I haven't met only Macedonians (except for a car from Macedonia in Croatia :D ).. of course, if we count only those nations which has their state. In other case I haven't met Wends, Silesians, Kashubians, Slovincians (if there are still some of them), Hutsuls, Resians and other small Slavic nations far away from me.

    #363316

    Anonymous
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    I can only add Bosniaks to your list

    I believe that list of Slavs outside of Balkans will be much more richer, we are poor and doomed only to ourselves. :D

    Hehehe probably  :D, oh forgot to mention Macedonians, my mistake.

    #363317

    Anonymous

    Slovaks, Czechs, Rusyns, Poles (like my grand-grandma) and a Serb.

    #363318

    Anonymous

    I think I have met people from every single Slavic nation except Macedonia and Slovenia.
    Never met any Bosniaks or Bosnian Croats either, but knew one guy from RS, so I suppose this means I knew someone Bosnian.

    #363319

    Anonymous

    I knew someone Bosnian.

    If he thinks of himself as Serb then not.

    btw, I forgot to add…I was not thinking about Slavic countries but different Slavic groups as in sense of ethnicity/self identification.

    #363320

    Anonymous

    Still my response remains same  :).

    #363321

    Anonymous

    I have only Poles in my nearest surrounding. I met one Czech guy some time ago. :) Unfortunately I haven’t met other Slavs personally  :( ;)

    #363322

    Anonymous

    Belarussians, Poles, Czechs, Slovaks, Slovenes, Croats, Bosniaks, Serbs, Macedonians

    #363323

    Anonymous

    Slovakians, Czechs, Poles, Serbians, Ukranians, Russians (band Temnozor live),

    #363324

    Anonymous

    In person, serbs, russians, ukrainians, poles and fyromians

    #363325

    Anonymous
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    In person, serbs, russians, ukrainians, poles and fyromians

    Fyromians?

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