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1972 Polski Fiat 125p [115C]

1972 Polski Fiat 125p [115C] in S. O. S., TV Series, 1974 IMDB Ep. 1-5

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: PL

1972 Polski Fiat 125p [115C]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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Weasel1984 PL

2009-11-25 15:17

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Main pic = ep. 4.
Ep. 2:
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Ep. 4:
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Another one - taxi - ep. 5 [*]/[*][*]:
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-- Last edit: 2009-11-27 17:00:52

ingo DE

2013-02-21 23:34

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:think: http://pics.imcdb.org/0ge20/206435-snapshot20091125161224.jpg
Filmed in Mazury or Pomorze? The church in the background is definitely http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brick_Gothic

Weasel1984 PL

2013-02-22 00:51

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Pomorskie - it was filmed in the Tricity (Gdyna-Gdańsk-Sopot) and its closest area.

ingo DE

2013-02-22 12:39

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Ah, the "Tricity" belongs to Pomorskie, as I can read in Wiki. The name irritated me a bit, because after 1945 were not only all names changed (except of Goldap IIRC), the Polish Voivodeships are also fitted as the former German provinces. It's a bit tricky, when you are travelling there.

When we Germans hear "Pommern", we have http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Map-Prussia-Pomerania.svg in mind. Danzig/Gdansk, which is the capital of the Voivodeship Pomorskie belonged not to Pommern the centuries before.

Weasel1984 PL

2013-02-23 15:13

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It didn't belong acc. to the German administrative division perhaps, but technically it always was a part of the "Pomorze" - which is the historical old Slav name of this area. The German word "pommern" is taken from the Slav "pomorze".

-- Last edit: 2013-02-23 15:17:14

ingo DE

2013-02-23 15:27

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Yes, both names have the same roots - but their assignment is different. That's, what I mean. So it may cause confusions, when you equal them, especially, when you are travelling there.

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