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A traditional yurt (from the Turkic languages) or ger (Mongolian) is a portable, round tent covered with skins or felt and used as a dwelling by nomads in the steppes of Central Asia. The structure comprises an angled assembly or latticework of pieces of wood or bamboo for walls, a door frame, ribs (poles, rafters), and a wheel (crown, compression ring) possibly steam-bent. The roof structure is often self-supporting, but large yurts may have interior posts supporting the crown. The top of the wall of self-supporting yurts is prevented from spreading by means of a tension band which opposes the force of the roof ribs. Modern yurts may be permanently built on a wooden platform; they may use modern materials such as steam-bent wooden framing or metal framing, canvas or tarpaulin, Plexiglas dome, wire rope, or radiant insulation.

 

Yurts have been a distinctive feature of life in Central Asia for at least three thousand years. The first written description of a yurt used as a dwelling was recorded by the ancient Greek historian Herodotus. He described yurt-like tents as the dwelling place of the Scythians, a horse riding-nomadic nation who lived in the northern Black Sea and Central Asian region from around 600 BC to AD 300.

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East-German card by VEB Progress Film-Vertrieb, no. 2394, 1965. Photo: Schwarzer.

 

German actress Evelyn Cron (1940) was one of the stars of the DEFA in the 1960s. She appeared in more than 30 films and TV productions. In 1985 she left the GDR.

 

Eevlyn Cron was born in 1940 in Magdeburg, Germany. Already at school Cron played theatre. She learned the profession of a dental nurse. In her free time, she worked as a catwalk model for the Magdeburg fashion house Bormann. At such an event, she was discovered by the DEFA , which was looking for an actress for the title role in the musical comedy Die schöne Lurette/The Beautiful Lurette (Gottfried Kolditz, 1960) with Jirí Papez and Otto Mellies. After test shots she received the role of Lurette and a trainee contract with the German television, where she was trained from 1961 to 1963 to become an actress. She made her stage debut as a guest in Jacques Deval's Stormy Crossing at Spiegelglatter See at the Kammerspiele Leipzig. It was followed by engagements in Magdeburg and Berlin.

 

Evelyn Cron also became known for such films as the fairytale Die goldene Jurte (Rawsha Dorshpalam, Gottfried Kolditz, 1961) - a coproduction with Mongolia, Hände hoch oder ich schieße (Hans-Joachim Kasprzik, 1966) with Rolf Herricht, and Der nackte Mann auf dem Sportplatz/The Naked Man in the Stadium (Konrad Wolf, 1974). Her last feature film was Jadup und Boel/Jadup and Boel (Rainer Simon, 1980) with Kurt Böwe. Furthermore, she was a permanent member in the actor ensemble of the East-German television and played in productions of the Moritzburg Television Theater such as Noel Coward's Ghost Comedy (1966), Curt Goetz ' The Fairy Tale (1966), Eugène Scribes The Money Marriage (1970) and Paul Herbert Freyer's Brocade from France (1972). She departed the GDR in 1985. From 1988 to 1993 she had a permanent engagement at the Tribune Berlin.

 

Sources: Wikipedia (German) and IMDb.

 

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East-German card by VEB Progress Film-Vertrieb, no. 1815, 1963. Photo: Ludwig Schirmer.

 

German actress Evelyn Cron (1940) was one of the stars of the DEFA in the 1960s. She appeared in more than 30 films and TV productions. In 1985 she left the GDR.

 

Eevlyn Cron was born in 1940 in Magdeburg, Germany. Already at school Cron played theatre. She learned the profession of a dental nurse. In her free time, she worked as a catwalk model for the Magdeburg fashion house Bormann. At such an event, she was discovered by the DEFA , which was looking for an actress for the title role in the musical comedy Die schöne Lurette/The Beautiful Lurette (Gottfried Kolditz, 1960) with Jirí Papez and Otto Mellies. After test shots she received the role of Lurette and a trainee contract with the German television, where she was trained from 1961 to 1963 to become an actress. She made her stage debut as a guest in Jacques Deval's Stormy Crossing at Spiegelglatter See at the Kammerspiele Leipzig. It was followed by engagements in Magdeburg and Berlin.

 

Evelyn Cron also became known for such films as the fairytale Die goldene Jurte (Rawsha Dorshpalam, Gottfried Kolditz, 1961) - a coproduction with Mongolia, Hände hoch oder ich schieße (Hans-Joachim Kasprzik, 1966) with Rolf Herricht, and Der nackte Mann auf dem Sportplatz/The Naked Man in the Stadium (Konrad Wolf, 1974). Her last feature film was Jadup und Boel/Jadup and Boel (Rainer Simon, 1980) with Kurt Böwe. Furthermore, she was a permanent member in the actor ensemble of the East-German television and played in productions of the Moritzburg Television Theater such as Noel Coward's Ghost Comedy (1966), Curt Goetz ' The Fairy Tale (1966), Eugène Scribes The Money Marriage (1970) and Paul Herbert Freyer's Brocade from France (1972). She departed the GDR in 1985. From 1988 to 1993 she had a permanent engagement at the Tribune Berlin.

 

Sources: Wikipedia (German) and IMDb.

 

And, please check out our blog European Film Star Postcards.

East-German card by VEB Progress Film-Vertrieb, no. 1364, 1960. Photo: DEFA / Schneider. Evelyn Cron in Die schöne Lurette/The Beautiful Lurette (Gottfried Kolditz, 1960).

 

German actress Evelyn Cron (1940) was one of the stars of the DEFA in the 1960s. She appeared in more than 30 films and TV productions. In 1985 she left the GDR.

 

Eevlyn Cron was born in 1940 in Magdeburg, Germany. Already at school Cron played theatre. She learned the profession of a dental nurse. In her free time, she worked as a catwalk model for the Magdeburg fashion house Bormann. At such an event, she was discovered by the DEFA , which was looking for an actress for the title role in the musical comedy Die schöne Lurette/The Beautiful Lurette (Gottfried Kolditz, 1960) with Jirí Papez and Otto Mellies. After test shots she received the role of Lurette and a trainee contract with the German television, where she was trained from 1961 to 1963 to become an actress. She made her stage debut as a guest in Jacques Deval's Stormy Crossing at Spiegelglatter See at the Kammerspiele Leipzig. It was followed by engagements in Magdeburg and Berlin.

 

Evelyn Cron also became known for such films as the fairytale Die goldene Jurte (Rawsha Dorshpalam, Gottfried Kolditz, 1961) - a coproduction with Mongolia, Hände hoch oder ich schieße (Hans-Joachim Kasprzik, 1966) with Rolf Herricht, and Der nackte Mann auf dem Sportplatz/The Naked Man in the Stadium (Konrad Wolf, 1974). Her last feature film was Jadup und Boel/Jadup and Boel (Rainer Simon, 1980) with Kurt Böwe. Furthermore, she was a permanent member in the actor ensemble of the East-German television and played in productions of the Moritzburg Television Theater such as Noel Coward's Ghost Comedy (1966), Curt Goetz ' The Fairy Tale (1966), Eugène Scribes The Money Marriage (1970) and Paul Herbert Freyer's Brocade from France (1972). She departed the GDR in 1985. From 1988 to 1993 she had a permanent engagement at the Tribune Berlin.

 

Sources: Wikipedia (German) and IMDb.

 

And, please check out our blog European Film Star Postcards.

East-German card by VEB Progress Film-Vertrieb, no. 1434, 1961. Photo: Hans and Maria Lüdicke.

 

German actress Evelyn Cron (1940) was one of the stars of the DEFA in the 1960s. She appeared in more than 30 films and TV productions. In 1985 she left the GDR.

 

Eevlyn Cron was born in 1940 in Magdeburg, Germany. Already at school Cron played theatre. She learned the profession of a dental nurse. In her free time, she worked as a catwalk model for the Magdeburg fashion house Bormann. At such an event, she was discovered by the DEFA , which was looking for an actress for the title role in the musical comedy Die schöne Lurette/The Beautiful Lurette (Gottfried Kolditz, 1960) with Jirí Papez and Otto Mellies. After test shots she received the role of Lurette and a trainee contract with the German television, where she was trained from 1961 to 1963 to become an actress. She made her stage debut as a guest in Jacques Deval's Stormy Crossing at Spiegelglatter See at the Kammerspiele Leipzig. It was followed by engagements in Magdeburg and Berlin.

 

Evelyn Cron also became known for such films as the fairytale Die goldene Jurte (Rawsha Dorshpalam, Gottfried Kolditz, 1961) - a coproduction with Mongolia, Hände hoch oder ich schieße (Hans-Joachim Kasprzik, 1966) with Rolf Herricht, and Der nackte Mann auf dem Sportplatz/The Naked Man in the Stadium (Konrad Wolf, 1974). Her last feature film was Jadup und Boel/Jadup and Boel (Rainer Simon, 1980) with Kurt Böwe. Furthermore, she was a permanent member in the actor ensemble of the East-German television and played in productions of the Moritzburg Television Theater such as Noel Coward's Ghost Comedy (1966), Curt Goetz ' The Fairy Tale (1966), Eugène Scribes The Money Marriage (1970) and Paul Herbert Freyer's Brocade from France (1972). She departed the GDR in 1985. From 1988 to 1993 she had a permanent engagement at the Tribune Berlin.

 

Sources: Wikipedia (German) and IMDb.

 

And, please check out our blog European Film Star Postcards.

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A traditional yurt (from the Turkic languages) or ger (Mongolian) is a portable, round tent covered with skins or felt and used as a dwelling by nomads in the steppes of Central Asia. The structure comprises an angled assembly or latticework of pieces of wood or bamboo for walls, a door frame, ribs (poles, rafters), and a wheel (crown, compression ring) possibly steam-bent. The roof structure is often self-supporting, but large yurts may have interior posts supporting the crown. The top of the wall of self-supporting yurts is prevented from spreading by means of a tension band which opposes the force of the roof ribs. Modern yurts may be permanently built on a wooden platform; they may use modern materials such as steam-bent wooden framing or metal framing, canvas or tarpaulin, Plexiglas dome, wire rope, or radiant insulation.

 

Yurts have been a distinctive feature of life in Central Asia for at least three thousand years. The first written description of a yurt used as a dwelling was recorded by the ancient Greek historian Herodotus. He described yurt-like tents as the dwelling place of the Scythians, a horse riding-nomadic nation who lived in the northern Black Sea and Central Asian region from around 600 BC to AD 300.

A short spell of blue sky. Tashkurgan Tajik Autonomous County Xinjiang, within the Kashgar Prefecture of the People's Republic of China. A quite town on the "silk road" featuring an impressive landscape and the ruins of an ancient stone fortress.

Russia, The Tyva Republic, Россия, Республика Тува, Монгун-Тайга, Mongun-Taiga, тувинская юрта в горах, the Tuva yurta in mountains

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Таш Рабат.

Tash Rabat.

At Bashy district.

Naryn Province,

Kyrgyzstan.

Taken on July 8.

Night life in a yurt camp in Tian Shan / Kyrgyzstan

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East-German card by VEB Progress Film-Vertrieb, no. 2.605, 1966. Photo: DEWAG / Bundermann.

 

German actress Evelyn Cron (1940) was one of the stars of the DEFA in the 1960s. She appeared in more than 30 films and TV productions. In 1985 she left the GDR.

 

Eevlyn Cron was born in 1940 in Magdeburg, Germany. Already at school Cron played theatre. She learned the profession of a dental nurse. In her free time, she worked as a catwalk model for the Magdeburg fashion house Bormann. At such an event, she was discovered by the DEFA , which was looking for an actress for the title role in the musical comedy Die schöne Lurette/The Beautiful Lurette (Gottfried Kolditz, 1960) with Jirí Papez and Otto Mellies. After test shots she received the role of Lurette and a trainee contract with the German television, where she was trained from 1961 to 1963 to become an actress. She made her stage debut as a guest in Jacques Deval's Stormy Crossing at Spiegelglatter See at the Kammerspiele Leipzig. It was followed by engagements in Magdeburg and Berlin.

 

Evelyn Cron also became known for such films as the fairytale Die goldene Jurte (Rawsha Dorshpalam, Gottfried Kolditz, 1961) - a coproduction with Mongolia, Hände hoch oder ich schieße (Hans-Joachim Kasprzik, 1966) with Rolf Herricht, and Der nackte Mann auf dem Sportplatz/The Naked Man in the Stadium (Konrad Wolf, 1974). Her last feature film was Jadup und Boel/Jadup and Boel (Rainer Simon, 1980) with Kurt Böwe. Furthermore, she was a permanent member in the actor ensemble of the East-German television and played in productions of the Moritzburg Television Theater such as Noel Coward's Ghost Comedy (1966), Curt Goetz ' The Fairy Tale (1966), Eugène Scribes The Money Marriage (1970) and Paul Herbert Freyer's Brocade from France (1972). She departed the GDR in 1985. From 1988 to 1993 she had a permanent engagement at the Tribune Berlin.

 

Sources: Wikipedia (German) and IMDb.

 

And, please check out our blog European Film Star Postcards.

Advanced nomad yurt equipped with Amazon Echo.dot ;-)

 

Nomaden Jurte von innen

yurts at full moon at midnight

 

Jurten bei Vollmond um Mitternacht

Tian Shan Mountains, Elevation 3100m /10.000ft

Yurts at Songkül lake at midnight, elevation 3100m/10.000ft

 

"Big Dipper" at full moon

 

Jurten am Song Köl See bei Vollmond.

Bilder vom 23. Spinn- & Filzfest vom 09.06. bis 10.06.2018 in der Kreativ- & Patchworkbude Wahlsdorf

East-German card by VEB Progress Film-Vertrieb, no. 1.989, 1964. Photo: DEFA / Blümel.

 

German actress Evelyn Cron (1940) was one of the stars of the DEFA in the 1960s. She appeared in more than 30 films and TV productions. In 1985 she left the GDR.

 

Eevlyn Cron was born in 1940 in Magdeburg, Germany. Already at school Cron played theatre. She learned the profession of a dental nurse. In her free time, she worked as a catwalk model for the Magdeburg fashion house Bormann. At such an event, she was discovered by the DEFA , which was looking for an actress for the title role in the musical comedy Die schöne Lurette/The Beautiful Lurette (Gottfried Kolditz, 1960) with Jirí Papez and Otto Mellies. After test shots she received the role of Lurette and a trainee contract with the German television, where she was trained from 1961 to 1963 to become an actress. She made her stage debut as a guest in Jacques Deval's Stormy Crossing at Spiegelglatter See at the Kammerspiele Leipzig. It was followed by engagements in Magdeburg and Berlin.

 

Evelyn Cron also became known for such films as the fairytale Die goldene Jurte (Rawsha Dorshpalam, Gottfried Kolditz, 1961) - a coproduction with Mongolia, Hände hoch oder ich schieße (Hans-Joachim Kasprzik, 1966) with Rolf Herricht, and Der nackte Mann auf dem Sportplatz/The Naked Man in the Stadium (Konrad Wolf, 1974). Her last feature film was Jadup und Boel/Jadup and Boel (Rainer Simon, 1980) with Kurt Böwe. Furthermore, she was a permanent member in the actor ensemble of the East-German television and played in productions of the Moritzburg Television Theater such as Noel Coward's Ghost Comedy (1966), Curt Goetz ' The Fairy Tale (1966), Eugène Scribes The Money Marriage (1970) and Paul Herbert Freyer's Brocade from France (1972). She departed the GDR in 1985. From 1988 to 1993 she had a permanent engagement at the Tribune Berlin.

 

Sources: Wikipedia (German) and IMDb.

 

And, please check out our blog European Film Star Postcards.

©Sekitar --- All rights reserved. Please don't use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit permission.

A yurt in the Kyzyl Kum desert at sunrise, Uzbekistan.

getting ready to move. winter is coming.

terelj n.p., mongolei

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