A group of guys gathered in the streets and yards of the centers or the suburbs of the capital, Tbilisi, or other big cities of Georgia has its own name.
At Armenia’s G.U.M market, a sense of community buoys sellers hopes during hard times
Seven women in a close-knit Baku neighborhood share a friendship that spans six decades and has shaped the lives of generations.
On October 5, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze presented a new plan for the old hippodrome in central Tbilisi.
The path to the old hippodrome
Our photos show how even though covid is still here, people have continued living, sharing, giving and changing.
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41-year-old Tatevik Aghababyan is the founder and owner of "Debed Life," a unique complex for rest and work in a rural community. The mathematician turned designer has created a beautiful garden, outdoor kitchen and comfortable rooms for meetings and discussions that allow people to work while being in harmony with nature. This project has changed Tatevik’s life as well as the lives of her neighbors in Debet. Her goal is to create a strong female community in her neighborhood by employing only local women. Now they are expanding the business, providing opportunities for more women in Debet.
A life-changing move to the countryside
A daughter uses her camera to understand how her animal-loving father became a butcher.
A butcher’s daughter
Many Azerbaijani villages, like Shamlig, are dying as families abandon their homes to escape the poverty and poor living conditions in rural communities.
Leaving the village to escape poverty
After graduating from high school, Feri Ismayilova chooses education over marriage and tries to challenge existing perceptions and attitudes toward ethnic Azerbaijanis in Georgia.