Tuesday, 18 December 2012

(Ruby) Tuesday 18 December – More Red Bears

Montenegro

Location of  Montenegro  (Green)in Europe  (Dark Grey)  —  [Legend]

Montenegro

Artist: Nenad Soskic

“Montenegro (MNE) regained independence in 2006 after it had been part of Yugoslavia for almost 90 years. With just under 700,000 inhabitants and an area of 13,812 km², our Balkan state is one of the smaller European states. ---
The golden lines on the red bear symbolise the golden path towards a unified Europe.”

 

 

Turkiet

Turkey

Artists: Murat & Cansu Ökmen

The Anatolian peninsula, comprising most of modern Turkey, is one of the oldest permanently settled regions in the world.

 

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Algeria

Artist: Caman Baziz

The territory of today's Algeria was the home of many ancient cultures. Algeria is the tenth-largest country in the world and the largest in Africa.

7 comments:

  1. My favorite is the dancer on the turkey bear!

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  2. that first place i have never heard of, i do like red

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  3. I love the bears ! We did a decorate the Bears for a charity event and had them around Belfast, Maine a few years ago...love seeing these...beautiful !

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  4. There's an element of joyful abandon about these red bears.

    Blazing Red Bougainvillea

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  5. I like the idea behind the Montenegran bear. I had no idea that Algeria was the largest country in Africa.

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  6. Beautiful!

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    Your comment is always appreciated.

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