Sunday-ride, 16 October. About hairpins, churches and crosses

Zgornje Smrečje, 713 metre.
Zgornje Smrečje, 713 metre.

A hairpin is a long device used to hold a person's hair in place. It may be used simply to secure long hair out of the way for convenience or as part of an elaborate hairstyle or coiffure. The earliest evidence for dressing the hair may be seen in carved "venus figurines" such as the Venus of Brassempouy and the Venus of Willendorf. (Wikipedia). 180 degrees corners in roads are also called hairpins. This particular hairpin is also a crossing in the directions Podlipa, Žažar and Smrečje .
A hairpin is a long device used to hold a person’s hair in place. It may be used simply to secure long hair out of the way for convenience or as part of an elaborate hairstyle or coiffure. The earliest evidence for dressing the hair may be seen in carved “venus figurines” such as the Venus of Brassempouy and the Venus of Willendorf. (Wikipedia). 180 degrees corners in roads are also called hairpins. This particular hairpin is also a crossing in the directions Podlipa, Žažar and Smrečje .

These might be oak trees or appleless apple trees or.... Indeed I have no clue.
These might be oak trees or appleless apple trees or…. Indeed, I have no clue.
A Slovenian hill top without church is like a city without buildings.
A Slovenian hill top without church is like a city without buildings.
Without me, my bike is like a car without engine.
Without me, my bike is like a car without engine.
Zaklanec is a tiny village with a dramatic history. In 1920 a fire destroyed the village, in 1943 the Germans bombed Zaklanec.
Zaklanec is a tiny village with a dramatic history. In 1920 a fire destroyed the village, in 1943 the Germans bombed Zaklanec.
Click to enlarge and find the second Christian cross.
Click to enlarge and find the second Christian cross.
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