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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Portraits of Georgia

This photo-heavy blog by Hans Buhr, a German who conducts adventure tours in Georgia, makes me wish I knew German.
Azeri women selling produce at the market in Gori, Stalin's home town
Cattle drivers descending to Kakheti from Tusheti
Sheep being herded across the Alazani river
Niva lost to hidden road collapse in Tbilisi
Unknown Georgian woman with rifle

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