Sochi's Indigeneus People

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  • Interesante presentación. Cosacos ?, creo que sí, por la vestimenta de los dos titis de la slide 3 y 13; jo, eran muy buenos soldados y los cascaron de mala manera los soviéticos.Gracias, madita. Un abrazo.
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  • Un pueblo orgulloso de su pasado ya que pienso que tienen mucho que ver con los cosacos ¿o son los mismos? Saludoss
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  • Presentación muy interesante e instructiva en diferencia total con los millones gastados para los juegos olímpicos. Muchas gracias Magda. Un abrazo.
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  • Good show,lets hope that all goes well at the winter olympics...Thank you magdalena,I also enjoyed the nice soft music.. Many hugs.
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  • Experience different ethnic life style,thank you Magdalena,a warm hug.
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Sochi's Indigeneus People

  1. 1. Reuters photographer Thomas Peter spent time documenting Sochi's Circassian community as the city prepares for the 2014 Winter Olympics. Circassians are a people indigenous to the North Caucasus region, most of whom were scattered across the globe by a 19th century tsarist military campaign that caused the deaths of huge numbers. Many Circassians have called for the killings to be recognized as genocide, and have campaigned against the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, set to take place in the very same broad valleys and mountain slopes they say hold the bones of their ancestors. A delegation of Circassians hailing from Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Israel, Canada, Germany and the United States travelled to the North Caucasus to visit historic sites of their ancestor's homeland ahead of the Olympics.

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