13 de mayo de 2014

Simbolos Letones / Latvian symbols - (Parte I)
// By Pilar Encuentra //

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¿Sabias qué?
Es conocido que los Letones antiguos utilizaban la escritura de nudo. ¿Es el famoso cinturón "Lielvarde" un adorno decorativo o un mensaje codificado? :)

"Lielvarde es una pequeña ciudad situada a unos 50 km del sureste de Riga, Letonia. Es a partir de este mismo lugar del que el cinturón Lielvarde es originario. Esta cinta tejida en rojo y blanco representa 22 símbolos antiguos diferentes y era usado por hombres y mujeres durante los actos festivos. Ciertos patrones se podían encontrar en los billetes de Lat, moneda anterior". (Más aquí)


Did you know what?
It is known that ancient Latvians used knot writing. Is the famous  Lielvarde belt a decorative ornament or encoded message? :)

"Lielvarde is a small town located about 50 km southeast of Riga, Latvia. It is from this very place that the well known Lielvarde belt originates. This woven belt in red and white depicts 22 different ancient symbols and was worn by both men and woman during festive events. Certain patterns can even be found on Latvia's banknotes of Lat, previous currency".(More here)



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Son realmente preciosos los cinturones tradicionaless Letones.También hay cerámica, joyeria,etc con estos símbolos Letones.

The traditional Latvian belts are really beautiful. Also, there are ceramic, jewelry, etc with these symbols.
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¿Quieres conocer el significado de alguno de estos símbolos Letones?  
Do you want to know the meaning of some Latvian symbols?

¿Quieres saber más sobre símbolos Letones? Visita la otra entrada que dedicamos sobre ellos:
Símbolos Letones / Latvian symbols - (Parte II)

Do you want to know more about Latvian symbols? You can visit the next post about it:
Símbolos Letones / Latvian symbols - (Parte II)



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