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Slovakia - Prezentácia Omar+Fatima
Slovakia - Prezentácia Omar+Fatima
Slovakia - Prezentácia Omar+Fatima
Slovakia - Prezentácia Omar+Fatima
Slovakia - Prezentácia Omar+Fatima
Slovakia - Prezentácia Omar+Fatima
Slovakia - Prezentácia Omar+Fatima
Slovakia - Prezentácia Omar+Fatima
Slovakia - Prezentácia Omar+Fatima
Slovakia - Prezentácia Omar+Fatima
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Slovakia - Prezentácia Omar+Fatima

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  • 1. The old Story About Omar and Fatima
  • 2. During the Turkey wars, Stefan Zapolsky arrested one beautiful Turkish slave named Fatima.
  • 3. Fatima was being held at the Trencin castle.
  • 4. However, this slave was loved by the Turkish pasha Omar. Omar wanted his love, beautiful Fatima, to get free.
  • 5. I promise, I will give Fatima freedom, but only in case, when you dig a well in the rocks of Trencin castle!
  • 6. Omar and his three hundred soldiers were digging for three years. Unfortunately, a lot of his soldries died.
  • 7. But after all, the water appeared. And Omar could finally lead Fatima home.
  • 8. When Omar met Zapolsky, he told him one sentence... You have water, but you don‘t have a heart.
  • 9. When he was leaving, Fatima’s veil got cought by a castle wall...
  • 10. ... and even in these days, there’s still a pub called „Fatima’s veil“, and the mentioned well is a symbol of love...

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