- Jul 2014
- Lower Styria, Slovenia
Oh, BREN, I sure know BREN.Video: it sounds as Hungarian or Klingon . I would never say it is a Slavic language. I was not able to identify single word.
ZB: it means Brno Armoury, which became famous when license for machineguns bought Britain. BREN means Brno and Enfield, so the famous British machinguns are in reality the Czech ones.
Sudety: mostly Czech and Sudenty have small parts also in North and South Moravia and. You can compare the map linked before to the Sudety map.
The video is from val Resia in Italy (Rezija). They speak the weirdest form of Slovene, they don't even call our language Slovene but "tabuški" because you can come to Rezija from Slovenia only from Bovec. They don't like to be called Slovenes though.
It is interesting that the area of Mikulov in Southern Moravia is part of th Sudety. I thought Moravian Croats lived there (and around Břeclav - Charvatská Nová Ves, Poštorna etc).