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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudayar View Post
    There's no such thing as "East Rome". it's "Byzantine". Byzantines were never Roman. They were wannabe.
    and no they didn't have culture either.
    Says steppe nomad ?
    What culture Turks had, before they sacked Constantinopole ? You wouldn't go there to loot if it had no wealth/culture.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip Latinowitz View Post
    Says steppe nomad ?
    What culture Turks had, before they sacked Constantinopole ? You wouldn't go there to loot if it had no wealth/culture.
    Turks have always been a part of Iranian culture
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turco-Persian_tradition
    hence culturally superior to Byzantines (pseudo-Romans) who think they're Romans. There's a reason why Greece steals our cuisine/culture like there's no tomorrow. The Byzantines left nothing behind them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudayar View Post
    Turks have always been a part of Iranian culture
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turco-Persian_tradition
    hence culturally superior to Byzantines (pseudo-Romans) who think they're Romans. There's a reason why Greece steals our cuisine/culture like there's no tomorrow. The Byzantines left nothing behind them.
    Byzantine refugees from Constantinople fueled beginning of renaisance in western europe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip Latinowitz View Post
    orthodox monestaries are quite nice

    This is one more good example of romanesque influence on byzantine medieval architecture in Serbia, there is also different byzantine styles:

    Vardar style:



    Rascian style:



    Mixed, influenced:



    Moravian/Serbian style:



    Neobyzantine - classic style:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip Latinowitz View Post
    Byzantine refugees from Constantinople fueled beginning of renaisance in western europe
    Renaissance had already began in Italy before Turks liberated Istanbul from pseudo-Roman tyrants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudayar View Post
    Renaissance had already began in Italy before Turks liberated Istanbul from pseudo-Roman tyrants.
    yet their knowledge greatly contributed to spread of it. Byzantine Empire was in decline anyway when Turks sacked capital. You can not like it, but to say it had no culture is exegeration.

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    Old traditional Panonian houses (last survived), north Serbia:



    Traditional Dinaric houses, central Serbia:



    Traditional Carphatian houses, east Serbia:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudayar View Post
    Turks have always been a part of Iranian culture
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turco-Persian_tradition
    hence culturally superior to Byzantines (pseudo-Romans) who think they're Romans. There's a reason why Greece steals our cuisine/culture like there's no tomorrow. The Byzantines left nothing behind them.
    Retard, Greece doesn't steal your cuisine/culture because Greece doesn't want it. The only people in Greece who have Turkish elements in their culture are the Greek-speaking Anatolians who came to Greece in 1923 as refugees. They also brought Turkish cuisine here. In parts of Greece where there are no Greek-speaking Anatolians there is no Turkish cuisine/culture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vožd View Post
    Romanesque architecture:







    Byzantine with romanesque influence

    Are all these from northern Serbia?

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    Typical street in Vojvodina:




    Traditional houses in north Serbia:










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