Almaš

Almaš was an ethnic Serb village in Bačka. It existed until the first half of the 18th century. The village was located on Almaška bara (Almaška bog), between Temerin, Nadalj, and Gospođinci. ==Name== In Serbian the village is known as Almaš (Алмаш), Ajmaš (Ајмаш) or Aljmaš (Аљмаш); while in Hungarian it is known as Almás. ...
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Almas

(from the article `Sasquatch`) ...cry. Footprints have measured up to 24 inches (60 cm) in length and 8 inches (20 cm) in width. A Soviet scientist, Boris Porshnev, suggested that ...
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Almas

[cryptozoology] The Almas (Mongolian: Алмас/Almas, Bulgarian: Алмас, Chechen: Алмазы, Turkish: Albıs), Mongolian for `wild man`, is a purported hominid cryptozoological species reputed to inhabit the Caucasus and Pamir Mountains of central Asia, and the Altai Mountains of southern Mongolia. The creature is not currently rec...
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