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    Anonymous

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    Map of most common ‘surnames’ in Slavic countries

    Slavic Europe – Have you ever wondered which are the most popular surnames in Slavic countries? Jakub Marin from Czech Republic made a research about whole of Europe, but we will focus only on Slavic part here.

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    Boris V.
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    @dedushka

    Novaks everywhere

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    Anonymous

    Perun Apparently Slavic pagans who converted to Christianity chose that name because it was like being reborn as a new person. Similarly some people who convert to Islam change their name.

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    Anonymous

    In Belarus people kept pagan names for a long time till 16th and possibly 17th centuries.. They had two names : one pagan name used everyday and the other one in Christianity. Surnames are relatively a new thing for most common folks. Many common folks obtained theirs in the 19th century only.

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    Anonymous

    France is so filled with African migrants that it turned black.

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    Anonymous

    @”Kapitán Denis”, and Macron is mad that Central Europe isn’t. :D

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    Anonymous

    @GaiusCoriolanus Actually it is, but they totally blend into the local community and culture that they are indistinguishable from shepherds living in Tatras.
    https://youtu.be/8p-5jCN430Q

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    Anonymous

    Means they assimilate, it’s good!

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    Anonymous

    Ibrahim Maiga is just “the black guy in Slovakia”, that’s his description, his occupation and his definition…
    I’ve watched few shows with him, he has the best black jokes

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    Anonymous

    @Dušan Ty kokso. :D

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