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    Posted: 06-Oct-2004 at 22:52

Of course, slip of the finger

 That sounds so politely obscene

(Although for Cywr he'd have to slip two.)

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  Quote Guests Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07-Oct-2004 at 04:54
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New York gets colder than Reykjavik, not on average but in minimum temperature.

Is that the reason you moved to Iceland?
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Is that the reason you moved to Iceland?


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Isfahan!

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  Quote Tobodai Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07-Oct-2004 at 11:25
yes it look slike one of the most beautiful cities but how do you pronounce Isfahan?  Thats like a real toungue twister
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  Quote ArmenianSurvival Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07-Oct-2004 at 14:26

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Isfahan!

Ya, thats one of the ones i want to really go to. Ive read there was an Armenian artisan class there as well, so on top of all the cool Iranian buildings there are some old Armenian buildings too. From Iran i also want to visit Tabriz, Shiraz and Tehran. I might add more if i see more pictures of other cities, but these ones i have to visit for sure if i am able to go. Should make for a really cool trip, if i can ever convince one of my friends to go, lol.

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  Quote Cyrus Shahmiri Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08-Oct-2004 at 06:22

yes it look slike one of the most beautiful cities but how do you pronounce Isfahan?  Thats like a real toungue twister

Es Fa Han, like Spanish!

Ya, thats one of the ones i want to really go to.

But I don't recommend that you go there in this situation of Iran!

Ive read there was an Armenian artisan class there as well, so on top of all the cool Iranian buildings there are some old Armenian buildings too. From Iran i also want to visit Tabriz, Shiraz and Tehran. I might add more if i see more pictures of other cities, but these ones i have to visit for sure if i am able to go. Should make for a really cool trip, if i can ever convince one of my friends to go, lol.

After Tehran, Isfahan has the second largest Armenian population in Iran, it is inetersting to know that three Players of Iran's junior basketball team (Davit Momjian, Oshin Sahakian and Arn Davoodi), who won Iran's first ever Asian basketball cup some days ago, are Isfahani Armenians. as you said, there are some old Armenian buildings in this city including 13 churches which have been registered as Iran's national monuments.

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Krakow for its historical and unchanged in centuries(as it didn't get destroyed inWW2) beauty! Kocham Krakow! *starts singing polish national anthem* lolol
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  Quote Roughneck Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11-Oct-2004 at 20:54

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and New York, because I live here and it's pretty damn cool even though I hate, hate, hate its winter when it goes down to -30C and the windchill strikes!

Those were also record breakers, the coldest since they began keeping track.  And we do get the Gulf Stream effect in New York.  'sides, better than the Lake Effect in Chicago.

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Torgau.

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View of a few random buildings on the Western side of the Markt.

That's where they actually serve Bear as a delicacy. O.o

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Tokyo, Athens, city of Rhodes  and Paris

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Poznan, Rome and Dublin
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San Fransisco, Quebec City and my newest favorite Tokyo.
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San Francisco

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Bangkok

It's roads run 30 metres above the ground, it's trains 60. Sometimes you can't see the sky. TV screens blare out from the bus stops and digital screen billboards blast commercials from the side of skyscrapers. Smog blurs the horizon, noodle sellers litter the streets, and crowds of crowds flow down down the street while the traffic sits in gridlock. One minute you're standing in the most (post)modern city in the world, around the corner you're in the 19th century.

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  Quote Shifty Russian Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15-Oct-2004 at 00:24

Moscow, Sydney, Singapore - I still have a lot of places to visit - I'd Imagine once i go there, Tokyom Hong Kong and New York would be added to my list.

I'm expecting great thigns from other countries and cities for once i get to them, but from what i know about many different countries and cities - it doesn't seem to me they can out do - the cities listed above.. I understand and know that many different Cities have great history, arcitecturem people and other misc. things. How ever, the cities I mentioned - top the list for me.

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