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Rufat AHMADZADA 1h
A group of refugees from (currently part of ) who have found an asylum at Baku in 1919. Photo: Robert Scotland Liddell, who was a reporter & photographer for The Sphere, who covered the events in the after the Revolution.
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Felix Light 1h
Morning in the north Caucasus: on the left, the slope where Elbrus begins. On the right, the mountains that form the Georgian border
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Tracy M🌿🌺 🌊 Jun 9
Why is Iowa always so important in elections?
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Milikh Yevdayev Apr 26
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Ali Özkök Apr 28
Northern : Haji makes sport.
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РоссиЯ 🇷🇺 Jun 14
Make your !😍Climb Europe's Highest Elbrus🗻 - an extinct 🌋 in the range between the Black & the Caspian 🌊, southwestern 🇷🇺! ➡️ 📸Photos via Pavel Bogdanov
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Circassian World Apr 12
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Israel in Ireland Mar 3
Living in lands between Europe and Asia, the Mountain Jews of the developed unique traditions and practices. The first museum dedicated to the Mountain Jews is set to open in soon. This is the heritage of the Mountain Jews:
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Caucasus Archives Jun 14
. Pupils, teachers, and the administration of Ossetian Olginsky Women's College. The second half of the 19th century.
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Caucasus Archives Jun 14
in (Kabardino-Balkaria) Early 20th century.
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Caucasus Archives Jun 14
(). The second half of the 19th century.
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Caucasus Archives Jun 14
musicians in Tiflis []. The second half of the 19th century.
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Tbilisi Pride Jun 13
Video message from , supporting Tbilisi Pride and community in Georgia. We are eternally grateful for the support!
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Caucasus Archives Jun 13
Replying to @CaucasusWorld
In the early 20th Century, the collection of all these ‘free societies (Dargwas)’ became known as the greater Dargin region. woman, (1883). Photos by Seidlitz Nikolai Karlovich (1831-1907).
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Caucasus Archives Jun 13
Mountain [] Jews. Second half of the 19th century. Photos by Dmitry Alekseevich Nikitin.
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Caucasus Archives Jun 13
“People Who Have To Eat Grass: The Trials of Mussulman Refugees in the ” by Scotland Liddell, The Graphic [British Newspaper]. January 24, 1920.
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Ali Özkök Jun 12
Ruling : The coordinated cooperation among , and is very important, Turkish National Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said. Akar made the remarks following a trilateral meeting with the Azerbaijani Defense Minister and Georgian Defense Minister.
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Caucasus Archives Jun 12
Rasul Gamzatov (1923 - 2003) dancing. From the documentary film “Our Rasul” (1983). [No sound]. Rasul Gamzatov was probably the most famous poet writing in the language.
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Emb of Azerbaijan US Jun 12
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Circassian World Jun 11
Activist Detained On Suspicion of Possession of Drugs, by Liz Fuller | Special to Circassian World:
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