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RE: Hello my name is Klaudia Dzmurova and i was born in Bardejov. And i might be only 13 but i know quite a bit about my city. You mentioned that our city didnt grow. Well i go there every summer and it grows every yr i go there. Maby u ment just the monuments. So good job on the article and next time take more pictures of the city not just the square. "MESTO". So contact me if u can thank you bye
Kiki Dzmurova, 11620 Red Hibiscus Dr./ Kupelna 20  (Nov, 19, 2004 01:44:02 AM)

RE: I went to Bardejov on a summer Saturday afternoon a few years back. I found it atmospheric and intriguing. So picturesque, at least in and around the square, but no tourists. And I mean none, apart from me. Hardly any shops or restaurants open. I felt like I had travelled beyond the reach of traditional tourism. And that was why I liked it.
Rupert Metcalf, Plymouth, England  (May, 26, 2005 06:11:04 PM)

RE: This looks beautiful, will visit someday
Hello;

My great grandfather was from or from around Bardejov. His name in the United States was George German. He Married Estella Mikaelajewski. He was 16 when he left there. I would be interested in talking to anyone who knew of him or of his family. There was a saying of him or his family that refered to something about a pear tree.

Thank you,
Nan Shirley
Nan Shirley, Portland, OR USA  (Dec, 25, 2006 01:20:11 AM)
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