In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(marker)hito de piedras apiladas masculino(colocado sobre una tumba o una cumbre etc) mojón de piedras apiladas masculino
- After half a mile cross the expansive plateau to a high level lochan and the summit cairn.
- This path is indicated by a small cairn of stones.
- There are several hillocks, but the actual summit has a good cairn to reassure you that you have indeed reached the top!
- We climbed steeply over dark rocks to two high passes and, as is the custom, placed white stones on their cairns to ask for good luck and strength.
- The artist states, in his essay, that plaques, cairns and non-sculptural markers were disqualified in favor of those that maintained the formal category of the vertical shaft.
- Stacking large slabs on one another against a spine of uprights within a revetment wall, seems a very effective way to create an illusion of a well built and solid cairn.
- He removed thousands of stone tools from the landscape of south-eastern Australia, and in their place he erected stone cairns marking the paths of European explorers.
- Now, their pyramid-shaped middens, or mussel-shell dumps, stand along the coastline like memorial cairns.
- The royal visitor's final duty was to lay the final stone to a cairn built outside the main entrance and to unveil a commemorative plaque.
- I noticed a cairn of rocks piled up at the start of a rough side path.
- After pottering around with compass in hand, I find the summit cairn and then get back off the mountain as quickly as possible, it's bloody cold up there.
- The trail meanders across the bizarre scene with stone cairns built to mark the way.
- Twelve stone cairns decorate the otherwise bare summit of Castle Dow, a tree - clad hill which lies in the clench of the River Tay just south of Grandtully.
- Beautifully-crafted and rounded stones act as his cairn.
- Near the lake named for him in central Alberta, not far from the homestead where he raised his nine children, a stone cairn will honour his extraordinary life.
- On reaching the top, we find a small cairn of stones.
- The travellers and their guide came to the last ridge that rose between them and the summit, where they could see a tumbled cairn of stones.
- This three-venue show documents temporary and permanent work at locations across the country based on the cairn, a pile of stones used as a memorial or trail marker.
- Elation was to glimpse limp prayer flags and rough cairns with goat horns that marked the pass.
- An entertaining tight-rope walk, especially where the ridge narrows considerably for its final few feet to the summit cairn.
2also cairn terrierterrier escocés masculino
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