Monument to Juraj Jánošík, a famous Slovak highwayman above his birthplace Terchová. His exploits and adventurous life earned him a semi-legendary status and made him a cultural and national symbol of the unending fight against oppression in Slovakia.
Slovenská pospolitosť - Slovak Brotherhood
Area of town Piešťany, Považie region, Western Slovakia.
I dreamt I woke up and went vertical rope climbing with Stephen Fry, Hitler and Stifler’s mom. And then I woke up for real, an hour and a half later! OH YOU MIND!
A Slovak living in Kiev reported that for standing on Majdan for 24 hours, every man gets 450 hryvnia - cash, which amounts to some 43 euros. Moreso, they use beautiful women to recruit all sorts of lowlifes and bums from local pubs and according to those women - from whom he gathered this intel, they were not from Kiev and they were paid handsomely, including rooms on Teatralna some 200 meters from Majdan.
The two women also said that majdan is very well coordinated by certain ‘men’ carrying wads of cash in dollars and hryvnia who pay off these protesters after every day and that they get all of their cash from an english speaking dude. Well, that’s it. Make of it what you want.