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The best posing Russian girls of the Summer 2017

I’ve always been impressed by how Russian girls pose on photos. They always look so perfect, cute and sensual; they do it so intuitively. Compared with them, I always look crap on pictures. 232 more words


The Abkhaz Dilemma

I have a collection of Abkhaz visas: tiny colored pieces of paper that are not glued into my passport. These are my tangible proof that I visited a state which doesn’t exist on most of the world’s official maps. 476 more words


Propaganda, ruins of war, and beach holidays: my first impressions from Abkhazia

Abkhazia was one of the territories on my Caucasian route this summer. Self-declared independent with Russian support after an atrocious war with Georgia in the 90s, Abkhazia is a land of contrasts. 538 more words


Abkhazia on Brijuni Islands

Abkhazia is a documentary about a group of passionate skateboarders who come to question their own behavior and their relationship to non-skaters, as they record their adventure into a former Soviet holiday paradise, that has since been ravaged by a war of independence. 43 more words


Football For The Stateless

By: Supriya Nair
Men don’t need passports to dream of becoming Messi, as people the world forgot know 901 more words

Wararkii U Dambeeyay

Oyé Oyé Kabylia qualified for World Cup football ConIFA 2018

On Saturday evening, August 2, 2017, ConIFA officially announced the list of the 16 national teams who have passed their qualifications for the finals of the next Football World Cup, which is to be held in London from May 31st to June 10th, 2018. 302 more words


Armenians in Abkhazia

The modern-day Armenian population of Abkhazia dates back to Russian occupation of this formerly Ottoman territory in 1864, and particularly the years following the 1878 Berlin Conference, which facilitated the movement of Christians from within the Ottoman Empire to the Russian Empire. 106 more words

Armenian Maps