City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Monday, July 24, 2006


At first I thought this cooker has been abandoned in somebody’s garden but than I saw it being used and it took me by surprise.
Nice 'idyllic' setting so I had to use my camera.


Blogger Kala said...

whattttt? this is still being used - I need to see that! how can that be - it looks like it needs a powersource - is there wires connected to electricity?

24 July, 2006 10:42  
Blogger Jazzy said...

Hi Kala - I know, you wouldn't believe what kind of things people are still using. Sometimes older things work better than the new ones!!
This cooker using dry wood, or coal, not electricity, you just make a fire inside and voila it's ready for cooking or for heating, since this one is outside it's only for cooking.
In September people make pickles for winter and if you have one of these outside it's even better because you will not do it inside and your house will stay clean.
I will probably put a few pictures of that sometime later.
And thanks for stopping by =)

24 July, 2006 19:43  
Blogger Juggerpix said...

It may be odd for this to be outside, but talk about a kitchen with a view! Great shot and great find!

24 July, 2006 21:32  
Blogger Sarah said...

It always takes me a second to figure out that "cooker" = "stove". :) Cool photo.

25 July, 2006 00:58  
Blogger edwin s said...

what a shot and I agree with jugger! what a view!

it's sad that people just throw their unwanted appliances where they think no one can see. Shame on them.

25 July, 2006 06:12  
Blogger Jazzy said...

Sorry Sarah I could have said stove, but didn't come up with that word on time.

Edwin the view is ''perfecto and I agree with you on dumping the unwanted appliances and old cars as well, you can find them 'everywhere' I get angry every time I see it grrr...
This one is somebody’s garden tough =)

25 July, 2006 10:16  
Blogger alice said...

Wow! Great picture and really cool story with it. Thanks!

27 July, 2006 18:29  

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