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Pimp my Pump: Free Tibet

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Hidden : 09/04/2014
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

For the story behind Pimp my Pump crew, all references, info, water pumps, and projects check Pimp my Pump: The Headquarters geocache, all the PmP news and a complete list of all pimped pumps will be there, up to date. Also, paint on the pumps, and especially on the floor, unfortunately deteriorates with time, so the pumps can be rather different looking than their pictures in the listing...

EN: Like many others, this pump has recently been repimped with “Free Tibet” colors. Earlier, it was meant to (according to the PmP page) represent a Croatian island called Šolta. Probably because it is situated in Šolta Street. The island is in front of Split (mid-Dalmatia), and it is famous because it is mentioned in a very famous song “Piva klapa ispo’ volta” of a Croatian legendary singer Oliver Dragojević.

HR: Kao i mnone druge, i ova pumpa je skoro prefarbana u boje “Free Tibet”-a. Prethodno se zvala (bar po PmP tagu na njihovoj stranici) zove “S ponistre se vidi Šolta”. Vjerojatno zato jer se nalazi u Šoltanskoj ulici u Zagrebu. Naravno, sam otok se nalazi ispred Splita, a opjevan je u poznatoj Oliverovoj pjesmi “Piva klapa ispo’ volta”.

Za priču o Pimp my Pump ekipi, reference, informacije, ofarbane gradske pumpe, i ostale projekte provjerite Pimp my Pump: The Headquarters geocache, sve PmP vijesti te kompletna recentna lista spimpanih pumpi će biti tamo. Isto tako, boje na pumpama, a pogotovo na podu, nažalost blijede s vremenom, pa pumpe mogu izgledati dosta drugačije nego njihove slike u listingu...

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