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This blog has come to the end of its expected “lifetime” as I am not in Georgia anymore (for now). This message aims at closing it with a (nice) word. It has had a “life” that represents very well how … Continue reading
On Sunday, March 27, 2011, I met with Bella, Nino, Nugzar, Timur and Khaso, a bunch of young Caucasians from both the North and the South, in a café on Rustaveli Avenue, the main avenue in Tbilisi. In 2009, they … Continue reading
Who knows about Georgia and more generally about Caucasus in Europe? Before going to Georgia in January 2011, I carefully observed reactions when I mentioned this small country located in South Caucasus. Some people immediately thought of Georgia, USA. Others … Continue reading